Thank you to our friends at The Archer newspaper who have kindly donated a new sound system to North London Hospice in memory of one of their writer, Neil McNaughton.
This is a Senba-Zuru used in Japanese culture to bring happiness and good luck. It was made for NLH by talented 13-year-old Dwight School London student Megumi Watabe.
Video by www.momento-media.
Vicars might normally oversee fundraisers such as cake sales and festive bazaars but not North London Hospice’s Anglican Vicar Steven Young! Steven is planning to snowboard at ev…
North London Hospice’s biggest fundraiser of the year – The Big Fun Walk– is set to take place on Sunday 5th May this year.
Over 1000 people take part in the 8.
A big thank you goes to the Year 8 pupils at King Alfred School in Hampstead who took part in our High Five Challenge and raised a fantastic £920.54 for patient care.
An evening of music, magic and dance is in store when the curtain goes up for North London’s Got Talent 2019.
A thousand people joined us outside the in-patient centre in Finchley last night to watch our beautiful horse chestnut tree lit up with hundreds of twinkling white lights in memory…
When North London Hospice patient Joy Watkins gave a speech about her experience of hospice care, little did she know it would lead to a Private Members Bill being delivered in the…
It ended up as quite a family affair when Ken Burgess finally reached the summit of England’s highest peak, Scafell Pike.