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LISTEN: Bereaved Bordon man: "We must keep hospice going"

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LISTEN: Bereaved Bordon man: "We must keep hospice going"

Published at 5:55pm 24th February 2017.

A Bordon man has highlighted the importance of donations to keep a local hospice running.

Phyliss Tuckwell Hospice cared for Peter marsh's wife Theresa, before she died in February 2015. 

The charity provides supportive and end of life care for patients and families who are living with a terminal illness, across West Surrey and North-East Hampshire. 

It costs £20,000 a day to provide all of its services. 

Peter told us how he encourages his friends to donate, before he attended the charity's 'Light Up a Light' event in Farnham, which remembered special times spent with loved ones: 

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