Thank you Farleigh Hospice for the wonderful care at home for my husband. He spent 3 weeks with his family around him before he died, I shall never forget all their kindness.

Lorraine Kemp, via Facebook

My Dad had Cancer at the grand old age of 92. Farleigh were there when things got tough, through my dark days of caring. Dad loved going to Farleigh for respite, so I could have time out. They were just there..... at the end of the phone, any time. He battled for a year and sadly passed away in 2013, but it would have been harder without the help of these amazing, caring people. My heartfelt thanks to you for helping us through a difficult, scary and sad time.

Sue Hill, 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 but also for the care and attention given to us during such a difficult time... you are all truly angels.

Vanessa Wakefield, via Facebook

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

When I lost my husband 5 years ago my GP told me there were no specialist bereavement counsellors in the area. It was purely by chance I found out that Farleigh had a counselling service. I hate to think what would have happened if I hadn't had that help.

Pat Griffiths, via Facebook

My Mum, Yvonne Hoddy died at Farleigh Hospice from bowel cancer. Farleigh Hospice was great, it is a calming, peaceful place. The Nurses there are fantastic, they gave mum the pain relief she needed and gave us the support we needed. Today, me and 7 others (family & friends) walked the Walk for Life in her memory and to raise much needed money for Farleigh.

Jen Fuller, via Facebook