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Spring 2017

Nature that nurtures

Snowdog success Who was top dog ? page 3

Garden delights Will you open your garden this summer? page 3

It’s not about moving on Finding a way to remember your loved one page 11 Registered Charity No. 802145


Five good reasons to make a Will

Welcome I hope as you’re reading through this Martlets Mail you’ll be inspired by the stories we’ve featured in this edition. We wanted to show you just how important your donations are and what an incredible difference they make to local people’s lives. Without your donations, we couldn’t care for patients like Bill, who you can read about on pg 4. His shiatsu treatment had incredible results. I’m delighted to be able to report on the success of our Snowdogs by the Sea campaign on pg 3, young and old alike fell in love with our adorable giant sculptures last autumn. Thousands of people flocked to the city to say goodbye to their favourite pooch at our Farewell weekend. The auction that followed was an adrenalin packed evening which I’ll never forget!

Have you made your Will yet? If you haven’t or you need to update it, now’s the time. Martlets Will Writing Fortnight is taking bookings from 10 April – 16 local will writers have given their time for free in exchange for a donation to Martlets. Pre-booking is essential, and the fortnight starts on 8 May. All the details you need are on the back cover of this newsletter, simply choose the will writer you’d like to work with, contact them directly and book your appointment. Your donation will come directly to Martlets.

Imelda Glackin Chief Executive Officer

Wayfield Avenue Hove, BN3 7LW 01273 273400


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Keeping your will up to date gives you peace of mind that the people and causes that matter to you will be looked after in the way that you want.

Help your family and friends If you’ve made a will your family and friends will know that they are acting on your wishes and it’ll help them to take care of your estate.


Protect your partner’s rights


If you’re not married or in a civil partnership the only way to make sure your partner is looked after is by including them in your will.

Give your assets to the people and causes you care about 4 Without a will that sets out your wishes, what happens to your estate when you die will be decided by law. If you’ve written your will you keep control.

As always there are lots of exciting ways to get involved and support Martlets, whether that’s joining an event or volunteering with us. On behalf of everyone at Martlets thank you for all you do for us, your support helps us change the lives of local people when they need it most.

Make your wishes known

Minimise inheritance tax


Having a will may reduce the amount of inheritance tax that needs to be paid on your estate.

Friendly food fans needed! Martlets Café is a relaxing place for visitors and staff to enjoy a coffee or homemade lunch – we’re looking for volunteers to work with our Café Manager. You’ll be helping to serve customers, prepare food and drinks – we’ll give you all the training you need and it’s a great chance to join a friendly team. Interested? We’d love to hear from you, email or call 01273 273400

Hit the jackpot with Martlets Lottery

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Snowdog success! In the autumn of 2016 a pack of 44 beautifully decorated giant Snowdog sculptures appeared on the streets and in the parks of Brighton & Hove. The extraordinary public art trail ran for 9 weeks, hundreds of thousands of visitors flocked to see the sculptures. A litter of 23 Snowpups decorated by local school children joined the much-loved pack of Snowdogs.

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days of hospice care. Or nearly 90% of our hospice at home visits each year. Norman Cook and Peter James supported Snowdogs by The Sea.

More than 6000 visitors came to the two-day Festive Farewell at Brighton Corn Exchange.

OPEN YOUR GARDEN THIS SUMMER Celebrate the scents and wildlife of your garden, and raise money for Martlets.

3475 mini Snowdog figurines were sold during the trail.

More than 10,000 people watched the auction via Facebook live. Max was our top dog at the auction, selling for £22,000.

These three were our best-selling pups.

Whether your garden is large or small, traditional or modern, we would love you to join us. You can choose a date that suits you in June or July. How you do it is up to you. Our team will provide you with ongoing help, support and guidance to make your event a success. You can invite your friends and family, have tea and cake, and enjoy a summer’s day sharing your garden. We will feature your event in our Open Garden brochure and help you with publicity, posters, leaflets and equipment. Our committed volunteers can also help you on the day. Find out more at uk/events or call Liz Davies on 01273 718794.


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“At this point in my life, I feel I need to be clo se to nature”

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Our Sow and Grow gardening group is a weekly drop in horticultural therapy group, the friendly sessions are open to any of our patients. Over the last year, we’ve seen how it helps people to make friends, especially if they’re able to come regularly, which many people do. Getting out in the fresh air and connecting with nature in the garden is good for your mental health and at Martlets it’s also a chance to learn more about gardening and an introduction to hospice care. Our horticultural therapist shows the group how to sow seeds together in the raised bed and they take home the produce they’ve grown. As one of our nurses leads the group there’s symptom control and medical advice on hand if it’s needed. Last year Sow and Grow was partially funded by the Mrs Valerie Emily Munday Day Centre Trust.


Left: Making lavender bags for friends and family

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Volunteers Needed

Thanks to your support we’ll be able to help patients and carers rediscover the joy of the outdoors again this year.

This is really a so cial role, you do n’t need to be a gard ener but if you enjoy the outdoo rs and meeting new people this could be for you. Want to find out more? Email volunteering@m or call 01273 273400

“Shiatsu is like an explosion in my body” For Bill the effects of just one shiatsu session were amazing. Bill has Parkinson’s and though he’s not always in a wheelchair he’s not always mobile either. On the day of his first session at Martlets he was in his wheelchair, but at the end of the session - incredibly - he was able to walk without help.

Right: Our therapist, Barbara. Below: Bill with one of our Shiatsu therapists, Clare.

I love working here at Martlets because it makes such a difference. Just being able to offer people ‘space’ is supportive in itself. The nurturing a complementary therapy can provide makes everything else a little easier.

At Martlets we now support several patients who have Parkinson’s; many of our therapies in particular Shiatsu, Tai Chi and our choir can all help with this condition.

With help from your donations we can treat patients like Bill when they need it.

Welfare benefits advice

Elizabeth runs the Benefits Advice service at Martlets, together with a team of volunteers, she supports local families to get the financial help they need. “The thing that makes the biggest

Getting to know the therapist is very sociable, it’s like making a new friend.

All our complementary therapists are volunteers, Barbara treated Bill the day he had such incredible results: “For patients with Parkinson’s we are working to ease muscle spasms and loosen joints, using particular channels and meridians. Shiatsu is very versatile, it’s both gentle and incredibly powerful.

Parkinson’s is a very complex condition where people are trapped inside a body that will not cooperate with them and makes even the simplest tasks very difficult, even impossible.

Facing a serious illness can also mean that working isn’t possible anymore. For many of the families we support not being able to work can have a devastating impact on their lives.

It improves quality of life, and that’s important with Parkinson’s; Bill leaves the sessions feeling great.

Bill was amazed by how fantastic he felt after his treatment. And the more little pockets of fantastic he can build, the better he feels.”

Bill describes it as feeling like an explosion in his body. “It’s like coming alive” he says “you feel more connected during the therapy and that carries on after the session with other people.”

Bill’s wife Jackie told us what can help when you’re living with Parkinson’s:

“Parkinson’s is ruled a lot by stress and anxiety so a therapy that deals with that is great. We’ve found that going to something like shiatsu regularly builds confidence, it’s something good to look forward to and that’s really helpful.

I especially value the treatments where the benefit is immediate – like Bill’s. It’s a very special way to be able to make a difference for someone.”

Last year the service raised an incredible

difference to the people I work with is having extra money to pay for transport. Most people are retired, used to getting around by bus, now they’re ill that’s not possible and taxis are expensive. Even if they’re able to rely on friends for a lift, it makes it so much easier to be able to offer to help with petrol costs. One of the most exciting things I can get for patients is their ‘blue badge’!

£1,255,168.20 in benefits for Martlets patients.

“ Great to have a visit at home and absolutely brilliant.” “ Helped to put my mind at rest and helped to greatly reduce anxieties.”



To find out more about any of our events call 01273 747455

Parachute for Patients

Brighton Half Marathon 2017

April Walk the Brighton & Hove Way with the Mayor Sunday 30th April, 9am Join the Mayor of Brighton & Hove on 27 km walk around the city boundary and help pioneer a new designated pathway. Info: Entry £5, visit http://bit.lyMayorsWalk17 to enter

May Coffee Morning Saturday 27th May, 10.00 - 1.00pm Martlets Hospice & Sussex Nightstop invite you to join them for morning coffee or tea hosted by Lyn Maine at 17 Fernhurst Crescent, Hollingbury BN1 8FA Info: Entry Minimum £1. On the day there will be Refreshments, Garage sale, cakes and tombola. London to Brighton Challenge Saturday 27th - Sunday 28th May Walk it, jog it or run it? Take your pick when you join 3000 challengers taking on this classic capital to coast challenge. It’s a tough, rewarding challenge, whether you tackle the full 100km route or the 50km or 25km options. Info: Entry for the 25km challenge is £40 and min. sponsorship is £150. To enter email clem.hunnisett@


Hove Carnival 2017 Hove Park, Goldstone Crescent, Hove Bank Holiday Monday 29th May, 12pm - 6pm This popular free fun family event is back with all your carnival favourites. In the arena, you’ll see Stix Drummers, Brighton Flyball, and much more. It’s the perfect way to spend your bank holiday! Info: Get involved – contact Martlets Fundraising Office 01273 747455 Vitality London 10,000 Bank Holiday Monday 29th May This iconic 10k passes many of London’s most famous sights including Nelson’s Column, St Paul’s Cathedral and Big Ben. Info: Runners will need to raise a min. sponsorship of £250 for this race. To register for your place contact email

June Jazz Concert Wayfield Avenue, Hove Saturday 17th June, 11 - 1pm Jazz Brunch at the Hospice with Jazzmin Quartet and special guests. Info: £10 a ticket. Tickets will be available online uk/events Hospice Open Garden Saturday 17th June, 2 - 5pm Come and visit our beautiful, sensory gardens at the Hospice with tea and

cakes, and a plant sale. Info: Garden entry by donation. Please contact Liz Davies on 01273 718794 or Parachute for Patients Sunday 4th June Headcorn Airfield, Headcorn Ashford, Kent TN27 9HX One for all you thrill seekers, this is a tandem skydive from 12,000ft and may be the closest you’ll ever come to flying. Info: You’ll need to raise £440 in sponsorship to take part in this jump. To sign up email clem.hunnisett@ Go Dad Run Sunday 25th June from 10.30am Hove Park, Goldstone Crescent, Hove Three-time world champion Colin Jackson is bringing his event Go Dad Run to Hove Park this summer. However old you are we need you to pull on a pair of big, blue Go Dad Run Y-fronts over your shorts and raise money for Martlets. Choose your distance 5k or 10k. Info: Entry from £11.50, enter online

July Pebble Memory Walk Hove Seafront Saturday 8 July, 6.00am An early morning remembrance walk along Brighton & Hove seafront led

Thames Path Challenge Peacehaven abseil

Hove Carnival by Martlets chaplain Nicholas Roddis. Choose a pebble to symbolise your loved one and help create a shared image on the sand. Info: Entry is via a min. donation of £20, enter online uk/events Peacehaven Cliffs Abseil Sunday 23rd July, 10am Dare yourself to do something brave and raise money for Martlets. Open to anyone aged 8 or over, all you need is a sense of adventure and a head for heights. Info: Entry £21, enter online www. or email

August Peter James Golf Day Dyke Golf Club Thursday 31 August Golf day in aid of Martlets. Cash prizes for the winning teams plus prizes for various putting competitions. Info: Team entry £240 - £60 per head The event organisers are looking for sponsors. Please contact Antonia Shepherd on 01273 747455 antonia. or roger.

To find out more about any of our events call 01273 747455

September Nuts Challenge Henfold Lane, Dorking, Surrey Saturday 2nd September, 9am A 7km obstacle course. It’s the perfect excuse to just have a go and try something new. No pressure, so take it at your own pace and only tackle the obstacles you want. Info: Entry £45 and all challengers are asked to raise as much sponsorship as you can! Email clem.hunnisett@

Go Dad Run Where Cricket Meets Rotary and Martlets Hove County Cricket Ground, Eaton Road, Hove. Wednesday 13th September A fun filled day watching top-class cricket in great company, entry includes a delicious 3 course lunch, guest speaker Roger Dakin and of course a full day of cricket. Info: Entry - £49 pp or tables of ten for £490 inc. VAT. Email Antonia.shepherd@ or call 01273 747455 for tickets.

Thames Path Challenge Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th September More than 3,000 challengers will take on the main Thames Path Challenge following England’s greatest river most will be walking, many will jog, some will be running. Choose from the full 100km route, 50km or 25km. Info: Entry from £40 with a min. fundraising target. Email clem.

Brighton and Hove Triathlon Brighton and Hove seafront Sunday 17th September Athletes will take on the challenge of a sea swim, a scenic cycle along the seafront and flat run along the iconic promenade. Info: Entry - all athletes are asked to raise a min. £150 in sponsorship, contact

Kapow! Preston Park, Brighton Saturday 9th September, 11am A giant inflatable 5km obstacle course in Preston Park - bounce, squeeze, slip and slide your way around 10 of the biggest, inflatable obstacles Brighton has ever seen! Info: Early bird adult entry from £25 enter online events

Halloween Ball The Grand Hotel, Brighton Saturday 28th October A night full of ghoulish fun in aid of Martlets, your ticket includes an exceptional three course meal plus live entertainment. Come in fancy dress if you dare !! Info: Early Bird Tickets are £80 until the end of June then £90 from July onwards




A giant inflatable 5km obstacle course in Preston Park - bounce, squeeze, slip and slide your way around 10 of the biggest, inflatable obstacles Brighton has ever seen!

Scale the heights of Beechers Brook Dodge the high velocity foam cannons

Attack the giant rollers

Saturday 9th September 11am Open to anyone over 1.2m tall, this will be the most fun 5km you’ll ever run. Early bird entry £25 for adults and £10 for children. Enter online


What else will Kapow have in store for you..?



p Thanks to our sup Running for Martlets 32 runners braved the elements at this year’s Vitality Half Marathon in Brighton, they ran 13.1 miles on a wet and cold day all around our city to raise money for Martlets. And raise money they did, as we go to print between them they’ve raised over £20,000 !! A huge thank you to everyone who ran for #teammartlets Good luck to all our runners in this year’s Brighton Marathon and London Marathon, we’ll be cheering you on every step of the way!

Above: Braving the elements! Our Vitality half marathon runners

Birthday donations Each year we’re amazed by the generosity of our supporters who rather than get presents for their birthdays ask for donations to Martlets instead. Great grandmother, Doris, (pictured right) decided to do just that when she turned 100 last year, asking family and friends for donations instead of presents. A big thank you to Doris for choosing Martlets.

Donate to our shops

Our shops Meet Kirstie and Hannah, they both volunteer in our Furniture Warehouse, and enjoy it so much we’ve just given them an award to celebrate their long service. Both have been volunteering at Martlets for five years! Kirstie told us how much she enjoys meeting new people, for Hannah it’s about supporting her hospice, and the excitement, delight and odd chuckle at her friend’s finds in amongst the donations. We get lots of strange and wonderful donations in our warehouse, Kirstie described finding spooky looking Halloween costumes.

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If you’d like to join our volunteers our goods sorters are the first to look through the bags of donations we get from the public. Right on the front line, it’s their well-trained eyes that will spot those hidden gems which could turn out to be valuable donations. The shifts are four hours long, once a week or more regularly if you’d like to. We’ll make sure you’re given all the training you need. Plus there’s a ready supply of tea and biscuits!

Contact our volunteering team on 01273 273400 E: Or apply online today

For lots of us it’s that spring clean time of year, out with the old and in with the new. But don’t throw out the old, donate to it to our shops where we can turn your donations into cash to help us care for local people. You can make donations directly to any of our shops or drop them at our Furniture Showroom in Hove. You’ll find address details for all our shops online www.

What you can donate Good quality, clean clothing and shoes Bags and accessories Homewares; china, kitchenware, ornaments, pictures, collectables Furniture; large and small Vinyl records

Gift Aid your donations Declutter and raise 25% more for Martlets, sign up to our Gift Aid scheme in any of our shops


Thanks to you‌

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We provided expert care to 276 patients and their families on the Inpatient unit

Our Supportive Care and Out Patient services had 326 visitors, we were able to give both patients and carers clinical and therapeutic support to help improve the quality of their lives.

Our Hospice at Home team made 3885 visits last year, caring for 419 patients who’d chosen to spend their last days in the comfort of their own home. The respite team gave 48 carers a break from their care duties.

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The Palliative Care Partnership, where we work together with the Sussex Community NHS Trust answered 42,475 calls from patients, carers and health care professionals. The 24hr helpline provides advice and support whenever it’s needed.

Philip Dunn - It’s Never Too Late

Keeping in touch

“It’s not about moving on, or forgetting them, it’s about finding a way to remember that person whilst continuing with your life, without guilt.”

Jane has been working as a bereavement counsellor for many years and she’s seen first hand how difficult people can find it to grieve. “Grief, truly, can have a significant and lasting impact on a bereaved person’s life. Those people who struggle to grieve or push their feelings away may find the loss expressing itself in later years e.g. health and relational issues. Other people who grieve fully for their loved one can find themselves able to have hope and optimism for their future.” The reason bereavement support is so important is that if we are able to find a way to really be with the loss of our loved one, feel the pain of that loss, it gives us the opportunity to value and think about that person and to continue living life in a full way, whilst remembering them. Everyone grieves differently, what works for one person doesn’t work for everyone, so finding the way that’s right for each person is really important.

Together we can change lives. Changes in the law mean we’ll soon need your permission to keep in touch. • If you’re making a donation with this newsletter please make sure you complete the keeping in touch section of your donation form. • If you’re not making a donation we’d still like to keep in touch so please complete the form below.

Jane manages our Counselling and Bereavement Services. Many people find it hard to know what to say when a friend has lost a loved one, so sometimes we say nothing at all. We don’t want to make it worse. Jane explained that by not saying anything you could be adding to your friend’s loneliness and grief. Simply asking how they are could make a difference.

We hope that reading the incredible stories of the people we care for has shown just how important your help is.

• Pop your form in the free post envelope enclosed and post it back to us. We’re looking forward to keeping you posted with our news, appeals and fundraising activities. First Name

Thanks to your support each year Jane and her team of trained staff and volunteers support more than 300 people through their grief for as long as they need it.

We know this from the feedback we receive. One person told me how they were, “at the lowest point of their life and at breaking point but thanks to our sessions together I learnt how to live a day at a time until I was able to look to the future and still hold onto those precious, precious memories.”

Last year our Patient and Family Support team saw 484 clients, offering counselling, practical and spiritual advice, bereavement support whenever it was needed.

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Keeping in touch Your support changes lives and we’d love to keep you up-to-date with our news, fundraising and the difference you are helping us to make. Your details will only ever be used by Martlets, Martlets Retail or Martlets Lottery – we will never sell or give your details to any other organisation to use for their own purposes. You are free to change your mind at any time. Please tell us how you would like us to contact you: By post



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You can change lives with a gift in your Will

Will Writing Fortnight

8-19 May 2017 Book from 10 April

Suggested minimum donations are:

£135 £175

for a single Will for a joint Will

A great opportunity to make or update your Will and to support your local hospice

Choose from 16 local Will writers offering their services in return for a donation to Martlets Nicola Jones Barwells 238 South Coast Road Peacehaven 01273 582271

Hilary Calvert Dean Wilson 165 Dyke Road, Brighton 01273 249200

Saoirse O’Halloran Green Wright Chalton Annis 29 Boundary Road, Hove 01273 253500

Maria Turner McMillan Williams 11 Princes Street, Brighton 01273 447884

Julie Latham Burnand Brazier Malcolm Wilson 39 Church Road, Hove 01273 734022

Tracey McSharry Deibel & Allen 10 Franklin Road, Portslade 01273 430999

Nadia Cowdrey Griffith Smith Farrington Webb 47 Old Steyne, Brighton 01273 324041

Robert Simon Robert Simon St Mary’s Road, Shoreham by Sea 01273 452333

Maureen Edwards Burt Brill & Cardens 30 Old Steyne, Brighton 01273 604123

Christopher Thomas Fitzhugh Gates 3 Pavilion Parade, Brighton 01273 666323

Carla Campbell Howlett Clarke Southwick Square, Southwick 01273 718508

Jonathan Horner Sussex Law 45 Ladies Mile Road, Brighton 01273 561312

David Crosby Crosby & Wood 75 Church Road, Hove 01273 734600

Carl Ingram Goodlaw 6 The Drive, Hove 01273 956270

Ellie Taylor Howlett Clarke 96 Church Street, Brighton 01273 718530

Peter Tuffin UHY Hacker Young 12 Ship Street, Brighton 01273 202071

About the Scheme A professionally written Will is the best way to protect those you love and to remember your local hospice. Our scheme is an ideal opportunity to make or update your Will. Contact any of the Will writers listed from 10 April to book your appointment. Appointments take place from 8 to 19 May.

About Martlets We care for people living through a terminal illness in and around Brighton & Hove. We rely on gifts in Wills so we can help our patients and their families in their time of need. Our Will Writing Fortnight gives you the chance to change lives with a gift in your Will.

For more information about our Will Writing Fortnight contact Gary Moyle our Legacies Manager on 01273 718778 or e mail

Registered charity number 802145

Martlets Mail Spring 2017  

Our Spring edition of our Martlets Mail

Martlets Mail Spring 2017  

Our Spring edition of our Martlets Mail