Hospice opens new £800k support site

Opening of new Treetops Hospice building in Risley. Pictured l-r is Cally Cheetham founder, Brian Nicholson bereavment client, Penny Lockwood bereavment service manager and CEO George Cameron.

Opening of new Treetops Hospice building in Risley. Pictured l-r is Cally Cheetham founder, Brian Nicholson bereavment client, Penny Lockwood bereavment service manager and CEO George Cameron.

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Treetops Hospice has cut the ribbon to mark the opening of its new £800,000 centre, which will provide further end-of-life care and bereavement support.

The Cheetham Centre, named after founder of the Risley hospice Cally Cheetham and situated on the 12-acre Risley site, includes five adult counselling rooms, two rooms for child counselling sessions and a room specifically for teenagers.

Funding for the building came from a £603,000 government grant and the remaining £222,000 from fundraising.

 

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