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  1. Alister Walshe has announced he is stepping down as Chair and Trustee of St Michael’s Hospice. Mr Walshe has been involved with the Bartestree-based charity for over 17 years but says the time has come to hand over to someone else. Mr Walshe started offering his experience as a volunteer in the gardens and then became a Trustee. For the last 11 years he’s been the Chair of the Trustees. Mr Walshe, who owns Hereford-based estate agency Stooke Hill & Walshe, said so many people help to make the Hospice a success. Mr Walshe’s successor will be announced by the end of March. Mike Keel, the Hospice’s Chief Executive, said the Chairman leaves big boots to fill. The Volunteers and staff wish him well and look forward to hearing who his successor is.
  2. Today is 'World Cancer Day', please spare a thought for all those people that are suffering with cancer and let us also celebrate the fantastic work done to help help millions of people around the World who also survive this horrible disease. Locally we are supporting St Michaels Hospice and their '3 Day Music Fest' so while we're not allowed to go to any live music events, Hospice supporters Julian Morris and Glenn Parry are lifting our spirits by staging a virtual, online, 3 day dance music festival, with donations going to St Michael's Hospice. 3 Days, 12 DJ's, 25 hours of music. Friday 5th/Saturday 6th/Sunday 7th February, 2021. Featuring DJ sets from Glenn Parry, Simon Jones, Brian Griffiths, Tristan Bartholomew, DJ Kaos, Stinger, Neil Preedy, mRB & Julian Morris, Gary McCaw, Keel Gardner and Talia K. All streamed live on mixcloud.com For more information and to donate visit the JustGiving page: https://bit.ly/3pCb7Qi
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