Warm welcome from sky tiles at Doncaster's St John's Hospice

A sunny outdoor scene, has been added to a corridor linking adjoining areas of the hospiceA sunny outdoor scene, has been added to a corridor linking adjoining areas of the hospice
A sunny outdoor scene, has been added to a corridor linking adjoining areas of the hospice
Public donations have funded around £50,000 of refurbishments to Doncaster’s St John’s Hospice, including a welcoming scenic ceiling montage for patients arriving on an ambulance trolley.

The bright back-lit sky tiles, showing a sunny outdoor scene, have been added to a corridor linking adjoining areas of the hospice and the walls covered with wallpaper featuring the St John’s logo.

The day hospice has also undergone a major facelift as part of the programme of improvements, which has been paid for by charitable donations from well-wishers.

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Hospice fundraiser Lindsey Richards, from Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH), said:“It’s wonderful and all a result of the generous support we receive from our fundraisers, who freely give up their own time to benefit the people we care for. We can never thank them enough.”