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Theresa May attends hospice ground breaking ceremony

  • 22 Feb 2019

On Friday 22nd February, Theresa attended the ground breaking ceremony for Thames Hospice's new site by Bray Lake. The event marked an extraordinary day in Thames Hospice’s 30-year history.

Theresa gave a speech in front of more than 80 supporters of the hospice, including international Welsh rugby star Jonathan Davies OBE, who is Director of Stadia at Andrew Scott, the construction company undertaking the hospice’s building work.

The new site will have 28 private inpatient rooms, a dedicated family room, education centre, and eight acres of wheelchair friendly gardens. It is expected to open in 2020.