I started to come and live with my Nan and Grandad because Mum passes away, and Dad passed away. When I had bad memories about Mum & Dad, I was like "I really want someone to speak with".

Yo-Yo Project has helped me a lot.

Ruth is basically a person who came to see me and if I was upset she'd always cheer me up by playing, and doing some art, and making bracelets.

If I hadn't seen Ruth, I would have felt really sad and I would have felt like I would have run away."

Tyla-Jane, in a BBC interview

Beautiful caring staff always there either as inpatient or outpatient cannot say how greatly I appreciate your commitment x

Trevor Bone, via Facebook

Much love to all the staff at the hospice, you are truly angels on earth and made mum's last days peaceful. Thank you for treating her with such dignity and love. X

Jane Richardson, via Facebook

Thank you for everything you did for my husband and for us and for everything you do for everybody else too. xxxx

Julia Wells, via Facebook

My family and I cannot express enough praise and gratitude for the amazing care given not only to my dad who sadly passed away on 20/11/16 but also for the care and attention given to us during such a difficult time. Being a nurse myself this experience has completely restored my faith in nurses and the special vocation nursing still is...you are all truly angels xx We would also like to say a special thank you to Jen Angier and Margaret Yeldham from the community team, for being so supportive, understanding of dad's health problems and giving us the help we so desperately needed xx

Vanessa Wakefield, via Facebook