Presentations at town Hospice

Linda Sanderson, Butterfly Hospice Trust Manager receives a cheque for �325 from Keith Lamming and his family.

Linda Sanderson, Butterfly Hospice Trust Manager receives a cheque for �325 from Keith Lamming and his family.

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Boston’s Butterfly Hospice Trust has marked its second year of opening.

Representatives of the charity, which provides palliative and end of life care, came together for the event, along with Macmillan Nurses and nurses from LCHS (Lincolnshire Community Health Services).

Butterfly Hospice representatives, Macmillan Nurses and LCHS nurses markthe trust's 2nd birthday.

Butterfly Hospice representatives, Macmillan Nurses and LCHS nurses markthe trust's 2nd birthday.

A special birthday cake 
was made by one of the trust’s chefs to mark the occasion.

As part of the anniversary, the hospice also opened its gardens to the public 
for the National Garden Scheme.

The trust relies on the generosity of the public to continue its provision of palliative care and holistic support to patients and their families.

Keith Lamming 
and his family are among those who have been so touched by the provision of the hospice in the care of their aunt, Hilda, that they donated a cheque for £325 to the trust.