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Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on October 15, 2019.

The nights are drawing in and the days are getting shorter, so time to light the fire and settle down for a good read…

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Hats off to our charity shop!

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on October 14, 2019.

Hats off to staff at Campden Home Nursing’s Charity Shop at Lower High Street, Chipping Campden, as they prepare to celebrate the shop’s first birthday on Saturday 19th October. The shop, which sells a selection of high-quality clothing, including many designer labels, bric-a-brac and housewares, will be commemorating the date with cupcakes and balloons on Saturday […]

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New Faces at Campden Home Nursing

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on September 29, 2019.

In line with plans to develop and grow the charity, three new trustees have joined the existing team, as well as five new nurses and a new Clinical Nurse Specialist, Heather Mitchell. Read more about each of our new faces below…. Lisa Piper, Trustee ‘Originally from Michigan, USA I have lived in the area for […]

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About bereavement counselling

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on September 12, 2019.

Our experienced counsellor, Val Parsons, answers some questions you may have about grief and bereavement counselling. Q: How can grief affect someone? A: It is said that there are stages of grieving; shock, denial, anger, depression, acceptance. These stages have evolved over time and perhaps been misunderstood over the last thirty decades. They were never […]

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She’s a Record Breaker!

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on August 13, 2019.

Who would have guessed that Campden Home Nursing has a Record Breaker working in their midst! One of our nurses, Roberta Matthews, has been with us for about a year, and has been harbouring a very closely guarded secret. But now she’s been rumbled! Roberta (then Goodwin) took part in a contest staged by TV […]

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Campden Home Nursing helps a record number of patients

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on July 30, 2019.

Figures collated recently show that Campden Home Nursing is helping a record number of patients in the area who have a life limiting illness and need registered nursing care at home. In 2018 the nurses worked 2,204 hours in total, compared with 2,516 in the first half of this year alone. Nurses have worked three […]

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We are now Campden Home Nursing CIO

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on July 23, 2019.

We would like to make you all aware that the status of our charity has changed, and we are now registered as Campden Home Nursing CIO (Charitable Incorporated Organisation CIO). This is something many charities are doing. The main benefit is that it gives us limited liability so that its members and trustees will not have to […]

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Spotlight on our Nurse Manager, Janet Oakey

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on July 12, 2019.

Our nurses often receive praise for their professionalism and compassion. They are the lynchpin of Campden Home Nursing and without them we would not be able to provide our invaluable end of life care to the people of Chipping Campden and the surrounding area. We are so grateful to our nursing team for everything they […]

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Antique shepherd’s smock raises £130 for Campden Home Nursing!

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on July 10, 2019.

This beautiful antique Shepherd’s Smock was donated to us and has sold on Ebay for £130! Having offered the smock to the National Trust for its collection,  after they declined Helen Makaritis turned to the Court Barn Museum for advice, who sold it on Ebay to a collector. The result was a cheque for a […]

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A mystery designer donation to charity shop gets tongues wagging in Chipping Campden

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on July 9, 2019. Tags: , , ,

We received a very special anonymous donation at our charity shop this week. A donor, who didn’t wish to be named, delivered the very chic designer gown at the weekend. Part of Emilio Pucci’s Archivio Collection, the dress is worth over £1,500. The charity suspect it may have been bound for the bright lights of […]

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