Our Stories

Here’s a collection of stories and experiences shared with us by people who have been touched by Trinity Hospice.

If you have a story about Trinity Hospice which you would like to share with others please do email us at trinity.enquires@trinityhospice.co.uk

Our Stories

  • Mike’s Story

    “The Linden Centre helped me to cope with losing my wife to cancer with calmness and strength. The support I received enabled me to become the person I needed to be to look after her and my family during that difficult time.” My wife Michelle passed away in Summer 2017. She was 46 and had […]Learn More

  • Fylde Coast Golfers

    The Fylde Coast Golfers are group of golfers simply trying to help our local Children’s Hospice.All family men who are passionate about helping those less fortunate children. Our aim is to attract more golf societies or golf groups like ourselves to follow our example and help Brian House Children’s Hospice raise much needed funds. There […]Learn More

  • Songwriter pens winning tune in aid of Brian House

    Here at Trinity we receive support in all manner of ways: through the generosity of donations and fundraising events, and by people who give their time up to volunteer either at our own events or within the hospice itself. And one regular supporter has turned to a life-long passion of singer/song-writing to raise money for […]Learn More

  • Kiran’s Story

    Kiran has been a Day Therapy patient since April.  When she arrived at Day unit she required help to transfer into a wheelchair and needed this to get around the unit. She had not been walking and was doing some exercises in bed herself. She didn’t want to try walking again on her own as […]Learn More

  • Albert’s Story

    I think Brian House does a really important job – helping to care for local children who are very poorly and who can’t do the things I take for granted. Learn More

  • Claire’s Story

    Hello, I’m Claire Walsh and I’d like to tell you about my husband Martin and his last wish – to have a good death, at home, with the people he loved. Some people might think this sounds strange; your home is meant to be a special happy place, full of fun and love. But from […]Learn More

  • Lorna’s Story

    Hi, my name is Lorna In December 2011 my husband Iain was diagnosed with a very rare form of cancer called Pseudomyxoma Peritonel. This cancer is only treated by two sites in the UK, Basingstoke and The Christie in Manchester. After many trips and two surgeries, we were given the devastating news that there were […]Learn More

  • Chris’s Story

    My strong, gifted, wonderful mum, Kathleen, died at Trinity Hospice in July 2015. I want to tell you why I’ll forever cherish the Memory Tree, where mum has a leaf in her honour. The past few years have been extremely difficult. I gave up my career to look after my dad when he became ill, and although I’d […]Learn More

  • Our Bucketeers

    Patients in the Day Therapy Unit at Trinity are encouraged to write down the things they would love to do to make lasting memories for their families and friends.Learn More

  • Violet’s story

    Three year old Violet Crowther first came to Brian House when she was just a few months old and for Mum Sophie, Dad Jamie and big brother Kai, the hospice has become a massive part of their lives.Learn More

  • Birthday Treat

    Adam, a patient in the Day Therapy Unit, was out walking with Joanna, Trinity’s Physiotherapist, when he mentioned it was his 35th birthday and he would love to see the latest Batman-Superman film.Learn More

  • Isabelle’s Story

    Just before Grace turned 6 we had to move in to Brian House because Grace was very poorly and needed something called end of life careLearn More