This year’s Dying Matters Week, which runs from 8th until 14th May, LOROS have filmed a number of celebrities talking about death and dying to help raise awareness of the national campaign.
Only a few more days left for you to be in with the chance of having an extra £10,000 in your bank account, thanks to this year’s LOROS Bonanza Raffle.
What is happening to your money and assets when you die? This is one of the most important questions people should ever think about, yet one of the hardest questions for people to ever ask themselves.
There is still time to enjoy a taste of celebrity chef Kwoklyn Wan’s delicious cooking while watching the Polo at LOROS Hospice’s brand new fundraiser.
Prepare yourselves for a night to remember as we once again set out to enjoy an evening full of entertainment at this year’s annual charity fundraiser, Music in the Park.
Two members of the team running for LOROS have told how they were presented with their medal by the Duchess of Cambridge, as they crossed the finish line on Sunday
Following this year’s hugely successful and record-breaking Twilight Walk, LOROS are hoping for the same turnout at the summer’s family-friendly Colourfun Mile.
Jonathan Mason’s father, Brian, was an inpatient on the ward at LOROS last year, after being diagnosed with prostate cancer.
An army of more than 1,800 pink ladies marched through Leicester city centre on Saturday night to raise money for LOROS at the Hospice’s annual Twilight Walk.
LOROS Hospice, in Groby Road, has commissioned and produced a special film to give terminally ill patients whose lives have become restricted due to their illness, the chance to see the world from the comfort of their chair or bed.
That time of year has once again arrived where solicitors from across the city and county are teaming up with LOROS Hospice to offer a free Will writing service next month.
Explorer Ed, who grew up in Leicestershire and now hosts his own TV series on the Discovery Channel, will be giving fundraisers advice on how to survive the wild, as they spend 36 hours in an unknown location to raise money for LOROS.
Ann Checketts, 67, of Shepshed, fulfilled her wish of seeing daughter Katie, tie the knot on Saturday, just months after her cancer took a dramatic turn for the worse.
With a record amount of nearly 2,000 women expected to take part on the night, LOROS need to recruit as many volunteers as possible to ensure the event runs both smoothly and successfully.
LOROS is making it easier for people across the city and county to access information about the Hospice’s services thanks to the launch of LOROS Local, a brand new mobile resource centre.