What small thing did St Barnabas do that made a difference for you?
"Made me feel better mixing with other people who have cancers like I have. I like St Barnabas, I can talk to my friends."Anon, Lincolnshire
"You looked after our 7 week old baby while we ate our lunch. Plus lots of big things – a wonderful place, a solace for our family"Anon, Lincolnshire
"St Barnabas nurses, always ready to listen. Excellent with practical help. Provided support for the family"Anon, Lincolnshire
"St Barnabas enabled my husband to be in our home when he died. The Bereavement group is now helping me come to terms with living again"Anon, Lincolnshire
"Gave friendship and continued support at a time when emotions seem to govern your life and change from day to day. Thank you 'Boston Group'"Anon, Lincolnshire
"By being there when nobody else was – in the worst nightmare of my life! Thank you all at St Barnabas"Anon, Lincolnshire
"I attend Day Therapy every Friday at Skegness Hospital. Living alone with cancer is quite a burden but I so look forward to the company and meeting fellow patients"Anon, Lincolnshire
"Treat my husband with dignity and consideration. They know exactly what to do. I just wish it was St Barnabas who came all the time because after they leave he’s always brighter"Anon, Lincolnshire
"My husband was in the Hospice in September 2003 and I have never forgotten how the nurses pushed his bed onto the Veranda so he could hear the birds singing and feel the sun on his face. Thank you"Anon, Lincolnshire
"Respectful, caring & honest. Supported all the family"Anon, Lincolnshire
"Apart from the wonderful care they gave to us both, we were always waiting for them to come and see us, they made us laugh and smile, that made such a difference."Anon, Lincolnshire
"All the love, care and tenderness given to Nigel Aubert & his family by the St Barnabas nurses & staff was truly life changing. We will be eternally grateful.
Our love to you all.
Pattie & Becky"Pattie & Becky, Lincolnshire