How to #BeMoreSnail PAGE 4
It could be you! Our Lottery winnerâ€™s story Meet our Snailspace Project Manager How tricky is it to move giant Snails?
What Martlets means to me Friendship and support for Elaine
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Welcome You may have spotted that this edition of Martlets Mail is a Snailspace special! It’s packed full of information, features and pictures about our vibrant public art event which will see 50 giant, colourful Snail sculptures and 57 Junior Snails located around Brighton & Hove. We want you to join in the fun, to visit our Snails, to enjoy taking life a little more slowly and to #BeMoreSnail. To find out more about how you can take part, turn to pages 4 and 5. On page 6 you can hear about just how tricky it is to move giant Snails around the city from our Snailspace Project Manager, Sarah Harvey. On page 9 there’s information on when to review your Will and read about how the Martlets community supports and is a source of friendship for Elaine on page 7. I do hope you enjoy the latest edition of our magazine and, on behalf of everyone here, I’d like to thank you for all your wonderful support.
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Join us as we celebrate the festive season with our popular City Charity Christmas Concert at All Saints Church in Hove on Thursday 7 December at 7pm, to raise funds for Martlets and the Argus Appeal. The journalist and radio presenter Nicholas Owen will be narrating the story of Christmas, and there will be uplifting music from the Hangleton Band and the Brighton Orpheus Choir. Tickets are £10 for adults and £5 for children; they can be purchased from Martlets shops or direct from our Fundraising Office. For further details telephone 01273 747455.
Light up a Life Every year our Light up a Life events bring people together to remember those they love with others who have also been through loss and bereavement; it can be a very comforting experience. Our first event will be our Light up a Life ceremony on Sunday 9 December at St Michael’s Church, St Michael’s Place in Brighton at 4.00pm. It’s a beautiful way to celebrate the lives of those who we miss at Christmas-time with readings, music, the lighting of candles and a time for remembrance. We will have refreshments after the short ceremony and you will be welcome to hang your messages on our Tree of Remembrance. Later in December you can visit our hospice gardens to see them all beautifully lit and glowing with sparkling Christmas lights on Sunday 16 December between 4.00pm and 7.00pm.
Light a candle to celebrate the life of a loved one and perhaps leave a message for our hospice display. Refreshments will also be provided for this event and we would ask that you let us know any mobility needs in advance, so that we can help you with access. If you would like tickets to attend either event, please email laura. firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01273 747455.
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Christmas Cards The festive season will be here quicker than you think, so now’s the time to stock up on your favourite charity Christmas cards.There are 10 beautiful designs to choose from so order now before they sell out! www.themartlets.org.uk/ shop
Thank you to the 400 superheroes who braved the sweltering heat in the summer to take part in our very bouncy and colourful Kapow event. More than £5,000 was pledged to us by our supporters, many of whom took on the ten inflatable obstacles dressed as their favourite superhero – we had Batmen, Wonderwomen, Supermen and Ninja Turtles! Our Ambassador Norman Cook and his family were among the runners who flew around the course, before landing in a foam bath at the finishing line!
Save The Date! Next year’s Kapow will be on Saturday 7 September 2019 at Preston Park.
A rubber-duck snail? If you fancy something a little different for that special person in your life then the full range of Snailspace memorabilia can be found at our hospice shop in Wayfield Avenue, Hove. Stationery, tea towels, keyrings, our beautiful limited edition ceramic figurines, plush toys and even a rubber-duck snail can all be yours from our pocket-friendly range of Snailspace gift ideas. If you’re very organised and thinking about the festive season, then you might even want to take a look at our Snailspace Christmas cards and our special edition tree bauble!
Pop up shop Our hugely popular and successful pop-up shop is back! Located in Churchill Square Shopping Centre from Saturday 15 September, we’ll be open throughout Snailspace to nourish your need for all Snail related souvenirs as you follow the Snailway.
Snailspace collectables can also be found in selected Martlets charity shops across the city and online at www.themartlets.org.uk/shop
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Children from more than fifty local schools, nurseries and community groups have been busily decorating their own special smaller Snails for our Junior Snailway.
Each of the schools taking part is holding events throughout the year to fundraise for Martlets and has pledged to raise at least £750 for us. They have been free to decorate their Snails in any way that they like, and many involved every child in the school. The beautiful Junior Snails will take pride of place at cultural and educational venues around the city throughout the autumn; these colourful creations will then be returned to the schools for
the children to treasure once the Snailway has drawn to a close. Sponsored by the Aldridge Foundation, the Junior Snailway has been an opportunity for the youngsters to engage with us as their local charity and to help them to better understand how the hospice supports the city’s families. Award winning illustrator and children’s author Nick Sharratt is our Learners’ Ambassador for Snailspace. He said, “I love the idea of beautifully decorated giant Snails taking over our city and the Learners’ Programme is a great way to get our children and young people involved. “All children are creative; they just need opportunities to express it.”
Our Ambassador Norman Cook with children from Pumpkin Nursery
Discover all of the Snails with the Snailway ap p! You can download our ap p for just £1.99 and unlock so me great deals and offers as it helps you to find your wa y around the Snailway. You’ll be helping the hospice too, since £1 will go to Martlets every tim e the app is downloaded.
s e n l t a t t e s i d ar t O ur Snailspace HQ has been a busy place over the last few months with extremely talented artists creating unique artworks from the simple canvas of a white Snail. Many are using bright colours and Francesca McLeod is determined that her snail will be particularly vibrant.
Francesca Mcleod at work
She said, “My sponsor is Brighton Marina, so I’m really pleased my snail will be on display there. “I wanted my snail to represent Brighton and its diverse and vibrant nature, so it’s going to be very
colourful and fun and has a drag queen theme. The design will have a hint of the Pride flag as that festival is such a big event in the Brighton calendar. “I’m incorporating various elements of male and female drag and my design will include a beard, vibrant make-up, glitter, pearlescent paint and lots of twinkle. “Working on the snails together with other artists in a warehouse space means we’re able share ideas and tips, and there’s a really great community feel.”
We challenge you to visit all our Snails in just one weekend!
#BeMoreSnail Celebrate #BeMoreSnailDay with us on Friday 19 October and bring our Snailway to life at home, at work or at school. Embody the spirit of our #BeMoreSnail campaign by choosing activities to help you slow down, focus and be calm. Why not try: l Getting
Get sponsored and visit our 50 giant Snails over 20 miles in just 48 hours. If you think that’s fundraising at a snail’s pace then why not visit all our 57 Junior Snails too? Travel by foot, bike, roller skates or a skateboard; it’s entirely up to you! Simply track your progress on our Snailspace App or tick our Snails off on your Snailway map. Register with us to let us know when and how you will be taking on this challenge and we will send you a free fundraising pack and a well-earnt medal when you finish. You will also be sent details of a discount being offered by Brighton Bike Share for participants. For further details visit www.snailspacebrighton.co.uk or call the Fundraising Team on 01273 747455.
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For one night only experience the Snailway as you’ve never seen it before! Discover our beautiful glowing gastropods with our sponsored walk on the evening of Friday 12 October. Join us as we safari at sunset to uncover the nocturnal secrets of our star-lit snails. The walk will be full of surprises, music, poetry and candlelight to stimulate the senses and entertain the whole family.
Bring your head torches and binoculars and enjoy exploring our moonlit city. Turn a corner and discover a beautifully lit Snail; it will be a perfect family night out. Tickets for adults are £10, children £5 and a family ticket is £25. For more information and to book visit www.snailspacebrighton.co.uk or call the Fundraising Team on 01273 747455.
outside and going for a walk; why not follow the Snailspace route? Take some photos or simply have fun playing in the park. Being outside in nature helps us to be in the present moment.
some mindful brain breaks throughout the day. Whether it’s just 30 seconds or 30 minutes, taking regular breaks helps us to focus and feel calm.
a lunchtime session with mindful activities such as colouring, yoga or meditation.
a digital detox. Spend an hour or a day without looking at your phone, tablet or screen to help your brain to relax.
Perhaps you could also take the opportunity to raise some essential funds for the hospice by getting sponsored for every hour of phonefree time or charging £5 for your meditation session - let us know if you do! Every donation you make will help us to support local people and their families.
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r e g ce Project Mana a p s l i a Sn Having successfully managed our Snowdogs by the Sea sculpture trail in 2016, Sarah Harvey began work on Snailspace in the summer of 2017. Fifty giant Snails hit the streets of Brighton and Hove this September, how do you think people will react to them? I hope people love our Snails as much as the Snowdogs; they are really cute and the artwork on the shells looks amazing. We do hope that people will look after them though – no climbing please!
What is the biggest challenge in organising such a big project as Snailspace?
I love that it is so challenging! The sheer size is perhaps the main factor with 50 giant Snails located across the city and 57 Junior Snails decorated by schools and youth groups. Simply getting the sculptures in place takes military planning, but it is very exciting to see them in their new homes and I work with an amazing team.
Why a Snail? What other sculpture ideas were there in the pot?
owls, bears and hares. However, we chose the Snails as we really liked that a snail hadn’t been used on a sculpture trail before. It’s a great canvas for our artists and the slow pace of a snail resonates well with us. Martlets is all about slowing down, taking time to enjoy life and spending it with the people you love. I really love that this is the key message of our campaign and want people to #BeMoreSnail!
What has been the highlight of the project for you?
Working with our amazing artists. There is so much creative talent in this city and it’s been exciting to work with local artists and give them an opportunity to showcase their work and bring art and colour to the heart of the community.
What are you most looking forward to seeing?
Our trail goers reacting to our Snails when they hit the streets in September. Our Snowdogs generated so much laughter, excitement and conversation; they became the talk of the town. Let’s hope our Snails do the same.
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s r e A T S N t T A F s IC routema O ur Our super-enthusiastic and energetic volunteer Route Masters will be cheerfully helping trail goers to find their favourite Snails along the Snailway this autumn. They’ll be on hand to show visitors how to download our App, will ensure that the framing of your ‘Snailfie’ is just right and will be able to tell you all about our Snails and their colourful designs. Local knowledge of our vibrant city was invaluable during our Snowdogs
by the Sea sculpture trail in 2016; when our volunteers were known as Trail Makers. Their passion for the project was hugely important in making it the city’s biggest visitor attraction of the year. Snowdog Trail Maker Wendy Bluck is looking forward to pounding the streets again this year, “I thoroughly enjoyed it, there were so many positives. Making new friends with other volunteers, chatting to locals
The Snowdogs Trail Makers
and holiday makers about the hospice, keeping fit - it did involve quite a bit of walking - and just the great feeling of being involved in such wonderful event.”
What Martlets means to me… Elaine Clifford was diagnosed with endometrial cancer two years ago and, a few months after surgery, she was told that her lymph nodes were affected. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy followed, and she’s now stabilised. Elaine explains how Martlets helps her to enjoy life: Elaine Clifford
“I have a wonderful oncology nurse, who is involved with Martlets as well, and she asked how I felt about coming along to the hospice to have a cup of coffee with her. I was a little apprehensive; you think of hospices as being just about end of life care, but my nurse told me that it really wasn’t going to be like that. “Martlets is not intimidating in any way; it’s like a friendly community that is supportive and has loads of things to offer if you want them. There’s all kinds of arts and crafts, the choir, counselling and fun things to do. However, nothing is forced at all. It allows you to come in gently, to make friends and see how it goes because everyone is here for you. “It’s important to not be afraid to walk through the hospice doors because it really is not just a place for when you are about to die; it’s much more than that. You need to embrace the services offered and be open minded about trying new things, to make the most of what you’ve got.
“I come here for a meeting every few weeks and the Day Services team has been enormously helpful with their advice. I wasn’t aware that I was entitled to an attendance allowance or a blue badge, not that I need it now, but it’s good to have these ready for me for as and when I do need it. It will mean I don’t have to get things organised when I don’t feel well enough to do it. My husband is my main support. You do get through these things, but it would be much harder without him. I don’t know how I’d manage without him. When things hot up, and I become really ill, then it’s wonderful to know that Martlets will be there for
my husband and for my three children and their families. Martlets is a support network to everybody, not just the patient, the team at the hospice always ask my husband how he’s doing. That’s important, because it’s not just me dealing with this, it’s very much him as well. My family is incredible and give me a tremendous amount of support. My grandchildren support me in a way that they don’t even realise, just by being fun and a distraction – they are simply lovely to have around. My field of friends is there on the spot for me constantly. Not a day passes that they don’t check up on me and Martlets has become part of that friendship.
“At the moment I’m tlets ar enjoying life and M to do e m g in lp e h , e r e h t is just that.” 7
8 1 0 2 e d i r P A life’s lesson “A friend came in from the garden and put a tiny baby snail on the palm of my hand. It was such a sweet little thing and I just thought ‘What a small little snail.’ It was running up and down and turning around in my fingers, and I just thought it was fabulous to watch. “I realised then that the snail was showing me the lesson I was supposed to be learning through my diagnosis. This little snail, it was tiny, could still move in between my fingers just fine. alked and nteers proudly w lu vo d an aff st d ort for l-glittere to show our supp rk More than 60 wel Pa n to es Pr to e seafront danced from Hov Pride this year. unity at Brighton m m co + parade is Q BT LG the d life-enhancing an l fu ur lo co r, la ity of the spectacu lebrate the divers ce Taking part in this to e ic sp ho e nity for th a fantastic opportu t. serve and suppor e w on their community that ti-coloured flares ul m ith w nk pi d ts blue an ing time as they Dressed in Martle yone had an amaz er ev e, kl ar sp of trousers and lots choir. e 70’s led by our sang hits from th
Simple pleasures The beautiful weather we had over the summer months meant that our patients and their families were able to plan special trips and days out to make memories and enjoy simple pleasures together. Karen Taylor, our Director of Clinical Services said, “Our lovely garden was very well used this summer and, thanks to our volunteers and the donation of plants from Mayberry Garden Centre, it looked an absolute picture. People loved being outside enjoying the sunshine with their loved ones, watching the bees buzzing around and listening to the birds.
“Because the warm weather was so prolonged, they were also able to plan days out to the seaside or the countryside for picnics and ice-creams
“If I could just slow down, everything would be alright. I’ve always gone at 50 million miles an hour, because that’s how I am, and to be forced to go slowly felt like a nightmare to me. ‘But,’ I thought, looking at this little thing, ‘Slowing down isn’t a nightmare. This little snail can be great even at a slow pace.’” Carmel Marriott
– some went as far as having short holidays in Europe. It was lovely to see people spending time with their families, going for walks along the prom or visiting the Pier. Simple things that mean so much, like eating salty and vinegary fish and chips out of the wrapper and looking at the sunshine twinkling across the sea. “I suppose that’s at the heart of #BeMoreSnail and everything we do here at Martlets. The amazing support of the people of Brighton & Hove enables us to help people to take time to focus on what’s important. They have the opportunity to enjoy life and all its sounds, smells, tastes and sights. Crucially, your support allows them the freedom of choice.”
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“I’d recommend that everyone reading Martlets Mail signs up to the Martlets’ Lottery, because the hospice needs your regular donations to keep going - and you might just be lucky like me and win! Katy receivin g
Support Martlets and you might be a winner too Humanist Wedding Celebrant Katy Barrett recently won £1,500 with the Martlets Lottery and is looking forward to enjoying her winnings. Katy said, “I’ve been playing the Martlets Lottery since it first started with a £2 a week stake. This is the first time I’ve won and I haven’t spent it yet, but I’m planning on using some of
my winnings to further my Humanist Training so that I can conduct Naming Ceremonies too. I’d also like to put some of the money towards a visit to Mexico City to see the artist Frida Kahlo’s house. “I think it’s important to support Martlets, because it’s my local hospice and I believe that hospice care is a
very worthy cause. We all have the right to die with dignity and with as little suffering as possible; hospices like Martlets enable this to happen. More than that, though, they look after the needs of family and friends too and support them through the painful process of losing their loved one.”
our To find out more about any of ail events call 01273 747455 or em email@example.com Fizz, Fashion and Frolics Donatello’s Restaurant Thursday 18 October, 7pm Enjoy a delicious three-course meal, glass of Prosecco, fashion show and entertainment from The Sundaes. Info: Tickets are £45. For further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01273 747455
September Snailspace From Saturday 15 September to Sunday 18 November Various locations around the city A vibrant, FREE, public art event in Brighton & Hove. Admire 50 giant painted Snail sculptures and 57 Junior Snails as you explore our great city. Info: For further details visit www.snailspacebrighton.co.uk or call the Fundraising Team. Snailway Weekend Challenge Any weekend during Snailspace We challenge you to visit all our Snails in just one weekend! Get sponsored and visit our 50 giant Snails over 20 miles in just 48 hours. Info: For further details visit www.snailspacebrighton.co.uk or call the Fundraising Team.
October The Mayor’s Variety Show Saturday 6 October, 3.30pm and 7.30pm Clarendon Centre, 47 New England Street, Brighton Info: £10 stalls and £20 VIP tables. For details contact the Mayor’s Office on 01273 291225 Snailway Safari Friday 12 October, 6.30pm – 9.30pm For one night only, join us as we safari at sunset to uncover the nocturnal secrets of our star-lit snails. The walk will be full of surprises, music, poetry and candlelight. Info: Tickets for adults are £10, children £5 and a family ticket is £25. Contact: carmel.da-costa@martlets. org.uk
#BeMoreSnailDay Friday 19 October Celebrate #BeMoreSnailDay and bring our Snailway to life at home, at work or at school. Info: For further details visit www. snailspacebrighton.co.uk or call the Fundraising Team.
December City Charity Christmas Concert Thursday 7 December, 7.00pm All Saints Church, The Drive, Hove Our very popular festive concert with music from Hangleton Band and Brighton Orpheus Choir. The story of Christmas will be narrated by journalist and radio presenter Nicholas Owen. Info: Tickets are £10 and £5 and are available from Martlets shops and the Martlets Fundraising Office. For further details telephone 01273 747455. Light up a Life Ceremony Sunday 9 December, 4.00pm St Michael’s Church, St Michael’s Place, Brighton A beautiful way to celebrate loved ones with readings, music and the lighting of candles. There will be refreshments after the short ceremony and you are welcome
to hang messages on our Tree of Remembrance. Info: Tickets are available from email@example.com or telephone 01273 747455. Light up a Life – Hospice gardens Sunday 16 December, 4.30pm to 6.30pm Martlets Hospice, Wayfield Avenue, Hove Visit our hospice gardens to see them all beautifully lit and glowing with Christmas lights. Refreshments will be provided. Info: Tickets are available from firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01273 747455
2019 February Firewalk Saturday 9 February Overcome your fears, join the Martlets’ Firewalk and make the walk over fiery hot coals. There will be an inspirational briefing ahead of the challenge to get you in the zone! Contact: clem.hunnisett@martlets. org.uk Brighton Half Marathon Sunday 24 February Take on the challenge of this 13.1-mile run around the sights of our city. If you already have a place then run for us or, alternatively, sign up for one of our places. Info: Entry is £25 with a minimum fundraising target of £250. Contact: email@example.com
April Brighton Marathon Sunday 14 April Be part of team Martlets and run the 26.2-mile course for the hospice. Info: Entry is ÂŁ50 with a minimum fundraising target of ÂŁ500. Please get in touch if you want to run using your own place. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org London Marathon Sunday 28 April We have a ballot for this event. Please contact us if you would like to be considered for a place. This will be drawn after the London ballot in October. Contact: email@example.com
September London to Paris Bike Ride Wednesday 18 September to Sunday 22 September Challenge yourself to this iconic London to Paris Cycle challenge. Starting in London, cycle through beautiful English villages, onto French rural countryside and finish at the Eiffel Tower! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is it time to review your Will? You may already have a Will to care for the people and causes that matter to you. However, it should be reviewed regularly to reflect any of the following changes in your circumstances or wishes:
1. Retirement Many people choose to rewrite their Wills to use some assets to fund their retirement; leaving others to named beneficiaries.
2. Births New children, grandchildren and great grandchildren need to be named in your Will if you want to help them. Your Will can be used to appoint legal guardians to look after any young children too.
3. Marriage or civil partnership If you had a Will before you married or registered your civil partnership then it is automatically revoked, and you will need a new Will.
4. Divorce Being divorced or dissolving a civil partnership does not cancel an existing Will, but it does disinherit your former spouse or civil partner. You will need to make a new Will to ensure that any gift to your former spouse or civil partner is replaced.
5. Moving to a new house or buying a second home You should consider how your properties are owned to protect your partner or to minimise the impact of care home fees. You might want to leave a second property to different beneficiaries.
6. Death If one of your beneficiaries or executors dies then you will need to update your Will.
7. Gifts to charities You may want to review or include charitable gifts in your Will. 1 in 4 of our patients is cared for thanks to gifts in Wills. Please consider including a gift in your Will to Martlets. We recommend you engage a professional Will writer to make your Will. Change lives with a gift in your will
Request our Gifts in Wills booklet from our website www.themartlets.org.uk/ give-in-your-will or contact our Legacies Manager Gary Moyle on 01273 718778 or email email@example.com
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