The Sam Beare Hospice in Weybridge is at the heart of the Brooklands Radio north Surrey community and a natural
choice as the charity to be given our whole-hearted ongoing support.
The hospice opened in 2006 to provide the highest possible quality of care for people in our community with
advanced terminal illnesses and to provide help and support for their families and carers.
It has ten in-patient beds and space to increase, depending on funds. It offers day-care facilities, a
counselling team, chaplaincy team and community Macmillan nurses.
Brooklands Radio Chairman Alan Timbrell
with Mary Lacey of the hospice.
|Brooklands Radio has a historical link with the Sam Beare Hospice. It is based in Weybridge Hospital,
where the Brooklands Radio management team were formerly involved in setting up and and running a
radio service for local hospitals.
All the services of the Sam Beare Hospice are free to the people of north Surrey. Providing them
costs £1.95 million a year and depends on a team of dedicated volunteer helpers and fundraisers.
Brooklands Radio urges you to help with the work of the Sam Beare Hospice in whatever way you can.
Find out more at www.wsbhospices.co.uk