The first Swap for Good clothes swap on Saturday 6 May was a great success.
Hospice Awareness Week is just around the corner, and Cranford Hospice will be out and about engaging with the community.
Cranford Hospice CEO Janice Byford-Jones says: "I am pleased we have one dedicated week of awareness for the work we do, as…
During the month May, all Z stations give away $4,000 to neighbourhood groups that help people who need it and/or the environment.
People dived back into the 1970s and 1980s for Let's Dance on Saturday 29 April 2017.
This very special afternoon will remind you of what's important in life. A cooking demonstration with a 3 course lunch.
Live Well, Lunch Better. Sunday 11 June 2017, 11am - 3pm at Cape Kidnappers.
Please read the story of Jenny Chesterman, one of Cranford Hospice's patients. She comes in once a week for a paracentesis drain. She is living every moment on the other days.
Aroha is the Cranford Hospice newsletter, published twice a year.
Swap for Good - what a great idea. Revamp your wardrobe and swap some unwanted clothes for something wanted.
House of Travel (HOT) in Hawke's Bay and Cranford Hospice are celebrating 16 years of partnership this year.
When farmer Peter Catley lost his wife Carole to cancer he started doing "dumb things" such as rolling his bike and leaving gates open.