Speaker: Diane Taylor, Manager UK-based Friends of the Bereaved Families Forum
We have been deeply affected by the work of the Forum and the courage of its members. We raise funds to help, offer moral support and work to increase awareness in the UK of the Forum’s activities.
On Monday 7th November, St Michaels Hospice proudly unveiled its new Multi-Faith Room which will provide a warm welcome and place of sanctuary for Hospice patients of all Faith backgrounds and also for those who don’t hold any religious beliefs.
The room’s walls are adorned with tapestries that were designed and created by members of the Hastings and District Interfaith Embroidery Group and are based upon their own interpretations of the word ‘sanctuary’. These tapestries help to create an atmosphere of peaceful reflection and calm.
Zahra offers here sincere thanks to all who supported her to go to Dubai for Fashion Week.
Please see photos and her account below.
If you offered a donation and did not give yet please bring to the AGM or send a check to Hastings Interfaith to me. If you would like to give a donation and did not notify me yet please let me know.
You will recognise some of Zahra’s designs from our local events. It was great that we could help this promising young designer who helped our BELIEVE project reach to her dreams – many other young people need this hope and support.
Best wishes, Tim Miller
There was no dashing through the snow this year to get to this event and some 200 of you made it and it was great! The event was declared open at 6.15pm by the Mayor Kim Forward, Leader of the Council Jeremy Birch and Amber Rudd our local MP. A selection of party games followed and the young at heart and the young in years joined in with gusto and good fun.