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Remember Rowcroft Hospice in your Will Leave a Legacy …….. Because love lasts longer than a lifetime


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owcroft Hospice has launched a major new campaign to help raise awareness of how important gifts in wills


are to the funding of its vital services across South Devon. Rowcroft currently supports more than 2000 people living with life-limiting illnesses in South Devon every year. As a charity, most of the care is funded thanks to charitable donations. Daniela Hopkins, Legacies Officer,


Rowcroft Hospice, explains: “Gifts in wills are absolutely vital to the hospice, funding the care of 1 in 5 patients. Pledging the gift of care for the future of Rowcroft is such a meaningful way to ensure that more patients and their families will be able to access the hospice’s services for generations to come.” Daniela adds: “We hope that the new


also be interested in Rowcroft’s annual Make a Will Week campaign, which is taking place from Monday 13 May – Friday 17 May. Making a will is important for you and your family, bringing the peace of mind and knowledge that whatever the future might bring, your loved ones are financially protected. We thank all local law firms who partici-


pate in Make a Will Week for donating the entire fee they would normally charge for will-making directly to Rowcroft Hospice. Lorraine Bowie’s aunt and godmother,


legacy campaign will help to safeguard this vital source of income, and raise awareness of the importance of gifts in wills via radio, newspaper and outdoor advertising. Of course we expect you to remember your family and


Rowcroft supports three quarters of patients at home and in the community, and also provides care for patients and their families at its 12-bed Inpatient Unit and Outpatient Centre in Torquay.


Maureen was cared for by Rowcroft and chose to leave a gift to the hospice in her will. Lorraine explains: “This is my way of conveying my gratitude for the love, care and compassion Rowcroft showed to my aunt. Not only did they care for her but they also supported us as a family. I received valuable advice and support


from my solicitor, and the process was straightforward and inexpensive. I can’t thank


friends first; but if ever the time is right for you to remember Rowcroft in your will, we think that would be wonderful.” Anyone wishing to make or amend their will might


Rowcroft enough for their kindness during what was such a difficult time.” To pledge the gift of care for the future of your local hospice, please visit www.rowcrofthospice.org.uk/ legacies for more information.


SOUTH HAMS NATURAL BURIAL GROUND


South Hams Natural Burial Ground is a peaceful setting located in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that has far reaching views of the Devon countryside


This woodland cemetery is run by an experienced and compassionate family team with more than 20 years in the funeral industry.


We provide a professional, respectful and quality burial service tailored to your requirements.


There are a choice of burial or cremation plots and we can also scatter ashes.


We seek to make a burial a true celebration of the life of the deceased and to provide families with as much time as they need.


LOWER CROSS PARK • OSBOURNE NEWTON • AVETON GIFFORD • DEVON • TQ74PE TELEPHONE: 07734 742177 • 07711 039744


www.southhamsnaturalburialground-avetongi fford.com


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