Charlotte Riley: “It must be really difficult for the families of the people and children who stay at the hospice as they are all seriously ill, but they must take some consolation from the fact the all the staff are always really happy, friendly and devoted.
People often take hospices for granted so it was the least that we could do to come visit the centre and see for ourselves what it offers for its patients.”
Tom Hardy: “I had no idea what facilities were available at the hospice so it was fantastic to come and visit. The work they do is amazing and we just wanted to come and give a little back to them all.
I did the expedition in Siberia with Charlotte’s uncle, Peter, and it is inspiring to see the work the staff do all year round. I think anything that can raise awareness of hospices around the country is really worthwhile as they help and support families when they need it the most and that is invaluable to them.”