Blog

Welcome to our blog page where volunteers, patients, staff and fundraisers will be sharing their stories.
  • karenattheatreforweb

    Milestones Revisited

    09/02/2017
    "So 2016 was an action packed year. A year I was not supposed to make, let alone achieve all the ...
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  • Karen_and_kids

    Becoming Empty Nesters

    13/10/2016
    Karen Tighe, trustee at St Luke’s, blogs about living with a terminal illness, and becoming an empty nester
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  • Karen_and_John

    Attitude and Perspective

    04/08/2016
    Karen Tighe, trustee at St Luke’s, blogs about living with a terminal illness, attitude and perspective.
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  • KarenandJohnweb

    Dealing with bad news

    12/07/2016
    It doesn't make any difference that you know it is going to happen. It still hits you in the solar ...
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  • Jelenablog

    I took myself to the gym and a signed up for my daily torture

    10/06/2016
    In this week’s blog, Jelena Hudd, from St George's , writes about dragging herself to the gym in prep for ...
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  • Walkingweb

    I do love walking

    20/05/2016
    In this week’s blog, Jelena Hudd, from St George's , writes about training for the Midnight Walk
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  • Karen and John pulling faces web

    Humour would not be possible without openness

    13/05/2016
    As part of Dying Matters Week, Karen Tighe, blogs about living with a terminal illness and the connection of openness ...
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  • Karen and John web

    Openness and Honesty

    11/05/2016
    As part of Dying Matters Week, Karen Tighe, trustee at St Luke’s, blogs about living with a terminal illness and ...
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  • mdwstgeorgesweb

    It's not a run!

    13/04/2016
    Jelena Hudd blogs about getting ready for the Midnight Walk
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  • Karenselfie

    Sadness

    06/04/2016
    Sadness is in many ways a good thing. It allows and gives space for emotions that must be let out. ...
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