Entries by Robert Maltby

Celebration week is all about saying thank you

This year at St Luke’s we celebrate our 35th anniversary and what better way than to thank the people who make our care possible – the staff and volunteers. Earlier this week our senior managers hit the offices and wards to say thank you, delivering a few suprises on the way. With over 300 staff […]

NEWS: Meet our caring and very very brave nurse Emma

Meet our caring and very very brave nurse Emma, who will be jumping out a plane next Saturday for St Luke’s. Having only joined St Luke’s six months ago as a nurse on our specialist unit at Turnchapel, Emma is keen to get stuck in and raise some cash for patient care. “It’s something I […]

PR: £50, one month, how much can you make?

How much money can you raise in one month? St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth is asking local businesses and organisations to get creative with their money making skills during October in its latest fundraising challenge. The local charity is inviting teams to take part in its Accumulator Challenge, a month long challenge to raise as much […]

BLOG: 17 year old work experience Harry, writes about his week in St Luke’s communications and marketing department

Day 1: First impressions My name is Harry Roberts, I am seventeen years and old currently studying A-levels at Ivybridge Community College. In July 2017, I choose to spend my weeks work experience at St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth because I was interested in understanding the charity further while gaining experience in the communications and marketing […]

PR: Plymouth turns neon for St Luke’s Midnight Walk

2 July 2017 Thousands of women painted Plymouth City Centre neon on Saturday, as they took part in St Luke’s Neon Midnight Walk. The annual St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth Midnight Walk, sponsored by Nash & Co Solicitors, left a fluorescent glow on the city as over 1700 women donned neon t shirts and face paint […]