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Chairman, David Wright said: "There are many palliative care services already being delivered locally by the NHS, social care and charities.
"As a health care system, we have to look at how those services are integrated to deliver flexible care for patients. This includes the recent discussion around the development of hospices in Gorleston."
Play specialists Marie Cross and Sara Simmons (pictured) would like to say a big thank you to shops in the Great Yarmouth and Gorleston area, for their generous donations of Christmas lights and decorations.
Staff and patients at the James Paget University Hospitals (JPUH) were grateful to receive a generous Christmas donation from local school students on Tuesday (3 December).
Year 4 students from Peterhouse Primary School in Gorleston visited the Children’s and Young Person’s Ward to donate toys and games, to entertain young patients over the festive period.
After 18 years of working with the James Paget University Hospital, Rainbow Days will no longer be fundraising at the front of the hospital.
Chairman David Wright presented Dave Jacobs from Rainbow Days with a certificate on Thursday 14 November, in thanks for all their hard work.