LOROS Hospice was among the honoured charities invited to meet Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in their recent visit to Leicester.
Hundreds of people are expected to join LOROS for their annual Christmas Concert this year. Kicking off the countdown to Christmas, the event, which takes place following the first Sunday of Advent, will be held at St James the Greater Church on Monday 3rd December.
We need to prepare people better for dying, said Dr Kathryn Mannix, speaking at LOROS’ conference, Getting It Right for Patients.
A textured mural which is due to be installed on 19th November at the Hospice, features words that are used to describe LOROS and what the Hospice means to patients and their families
In December, hundreds of people will be running dressed in their best red suits as Santa Claus, to support the Hospice.
LOROS is encouraging everyone to take part in Jolly Jumper Day this December and raise vital funds for the Hospice over the Festive season.
The annual Light up a Life event will take place on 2nd December, giving you the opportunity to remember your loved one this Christmas.
Dipti Bharadia, Thurmaston is helping to promote this year’s LOROS Winter Raffle by telling how LOROS Hospice made her life more bearable when her husband was receiving treatment.
LOROS have all ‘yule’ want this Christmas, from Christmas jumpers, Christmas crafts, toys for the grandchildren, Christmas cards, and decorations.
Come along and visit LOROS at the Leicester Jobs Fair on Wednesday 7th November at the Curve Theatre. LOROS colleagues will be available to talk about current job roles being recruited as well as the wide range of different opportunities available across the Hospice.
The mobile resource centre, known as LOROS Local was targeted on 8th October, at the start of the most important week in the Hospice’s calendar, Hospice Care Week 8th – 14th October.
Former BBC Breakfast anchor and Classic FM presenter Bill Turnbull has been announced as the guest speaker at LOROS Hospice’s annual Ladies’ Lunch on 22nd May 2019.
LOROS Hospice has extended the deadline and added a new category to its ‘VR for Good’ film competition to help enthusiastic hobbyists to apply.
More than one hundred people braved the weather to run the Leicester marathon and half marathon for LOROS Hospice on Sunday 14th October.
Despite the poor weather LOROS’ Big Day Out was very far from a wash out as around 1,700 people visited the family fun day on Saturday 13th October!