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St Christopher's Bromley provides palliative care across the London Borough of Bromley, with a specialist and professional team of highly-qualified staff offering physical, social and spiritual support for patients.
Gwen T said
Pauline had been a dear friend but, one had to admit, one that had specific ideas and attitudes, and symptoms of her illness often made her a ‘difficult’ patient. Without the help of the cavalry in the shape of clinical nurses from Harris Hospice I’m not sure whether I might have gone before Pauline! But your ladies were there, dedicated administering angels to Pauline and a tower of strength to me and I know that her gratitude was no less than my own. I would like to offer my thanks to all the nurses who helped but in particular Ann Thon was wonderful and her care has continued with follow-up calls for which I am deeply grateful. Ann was wonderful on the final day, showing complete compassion and providing the support I needed at the time to allow me to remain in control of Pauline’s care to the end. Pauline met the most peaceful end and I attribute this in large measure to the support of the hospice ladies. It pleases me to see that in arranging her affairs, Pauline wished to support the hospice.
2gether is one of Bromley's best known charitable organisations; raising funds for Chislehurst YFC, the charity seeks to mentor and support young people locally.
anne-marie b said
visiting the 2gether charity shop is a different experience from other charity shops, the items for sale are fresh and smell good, the shop is bright, light and well organised. the atmosphere is welcoming, encourages browsing, the staff are friendly, helpful and efficient . overall the shopping experience in the 2gether charity shop is excellent. from Anne-Marie Brant.