On Friday the 4th December the Brecon High School sixth form are holding a charity day in aid of St. David’s Hospice in memory of Emma Frieze. This charity is very close to members of our school, making it essential we raise as much money as we can. In order to do this there will be a non-uniform day for all year groups with the exception of Year 11. There will also be COVID appropriate activities held at lunch time on the Astroturf for Years 7 & 8. Therefore pupils in these year groups are encouraged to bring extra money so that they can participate.
If any parents/guardians would like to donate, please click on link to support St David’s Hospice >>
St David’s Hospice Care is committed to providing bespoke, individual care for all our patients and their families. We work alongside patients and hope to support them at the most difficult times of their lives. We aim to ensure that patients have choice about the care they receive and maintaining dignity throughout their journey is paramount to us.
The Family Support Team help family members by offering support and advice, taking away the awful uncertainty and fears that loved ones have to cope with.
‘Unicorn’ was established thanks to by funding from BBC Children In Need. This service provides specialist bereavement support to children and young people.
St David’s Hospice Care acknowledges the funding contribution of the Aneurin Bevan Health Board.
Services available from St David’s Hospice Care:
Clinical Nurse Specialists in Palliative Care, attached to designated GP practices