LOROS Hospice is encouraging people to talk to their loved ones about their funeral wishes as part of the national Dying Matters campaign.
After witnessing Captain John Moore's fundraising efforts, LOROS supporter, Jeff Ellis, set out to create his own lap challenge and raise well-needed funds for his local Hospice.
Rebecca Iley, aged 31, from Quorn, first encountered LOROS Hospice as a child when her grandma died there. 13 years later her grandad also came to LOROS in his final days and then a few years ago her dad was also admitted to their inpatient ward
LOROS Hospice broke new ground on Saturday evening when they held their Twi-Night In, an online, live version of the charity’s annual Twilight Walk around the city.
LOROS Hospice has given a warm welcome to the Chancellor’s announcement of a cash injection for hospices but said that the impact of the pandemic is likely to be ‘significant and long term’ for the charity.
The outbreak of the coronovaris pandemic has had a devastating and immediate impact on our income.
LOROS Hospice has come up with a creative alternative to its annual Twilight Walk on 18th April – holding the event live online.
The 5th LOROS Tower Run is becoming an extraordinary event, with people from all walks of life signing up to raise money! Participants now include a firefighter in full kit, the 'Pregnant Party' and a seven year old wheelchair user.
Six year old Christopher Mooney, who has completed 41 sponsored one-mile walks in memory of his uncle, has raised an almighty £2,107 for LOROS Hospice.
Hinckley’s LOROS charity shop is celebrating its 30th birthday!
LOROS is running a photo competition for the 2021 LOROS calendar.
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LOROS Hospice has opened a new pop-up clearance shop, selling quality items at bargain basement prices!
The LOROS Tower Run is back for its fifth year and attracting top European climbing talent to Leicester's St George's Tower.