Running for granny Mogs

Myself and Emma’s family are doing a 5K run to raise money for strathcarron hospice. Emma sadly lost her gran back in July and the staff in strathcarrron looked after her in her final days and were amazing. Any money raised will help them continue the great work they do. Read more

Big Birthday Tea 23 resources

Join in our 42nd Birthday celebrations with 103.1 Central FM & Candied Ice Cream Parlour by hosting your own Big Birthday Tea Party on or around Friday 28th April. Read more

In memory of Betty Middleton

Thank you for the support to my mum and my family during her passing. Read more

Abseiling in memory of Anne Moodie

As many of you know, our dear Mum Anne Moodie passed away in November. My Mum had received four months of extraordinary care from Strathcarron Hospice. The hospice is woefully underfunded, and relies heavily on donations to continue to operate the crucial service. I would love to raise some funds for the hospice, in memory of my Mum, so that other patients and families can receive the wonderful care my Mum and our family did.
Any donation is appreciated. Thank you Read more

Meet Amy

How do I support children and young people in their grief when their loved ones die? Meet Amy a patient and family support worker at Strathcarron Hospice who discusses her role in helping children and young people to work through their grief. Read more

Grief: What is normal?

Following the death of your loved one with whom your life was entwined, there follows a period of suffering. Grief is complex and has emotional, physical, behavioural, spiritual and philosophical dimensions. It is a normal human journey and represents our adaptation towards living life without our loved person. It can be an incredibly difficult, lonely and disorientating experience Read more