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Talbot Village Trust helps to fund hospice’s new premises

Talbot Village Trust gave a terrific boost to Lewis-Manning’s plans to relocate their centre and services to new premises in Longfleet Road, Poole.

Claire Gallie
Claire Gallie

The Trust recently donated £150,000 to the Dorset charity which is dedicated to helping people cope with life-limiting illnesses.

The new location will enable Lewis-Manning to provide services to patients within easy access of transport networks and closer to Poole Hospital.

Clare Gallie, CEO Lewis-Manning Hospice Care, said, “We are sincerely grateful to the Talbot Village Trust for their most generous and kind support of Lewis-Manning Hospice Care and for believing in our vision for the future. This is a really important time for our charity, a time when we are hoping to reach out to new local people who need our help, inspire new local services and support for our charity.”

Russell Lucas-Rowe, trustee at Talbot Village Trust, commented, “We understand how important the services Lewis-Manning offers is to the community and the people in need. Lewis-Manning has worked hard filling in the gap in end of life support services in East Dorset and we are very thrilled to have contributed to the improvement of our community. We look forward to seeing the new location and all the benefits it will bring once the refurbishments are completed.”

Talbot Village Trust meets biannually and is accepting applications for funding from both previous and new applicants in the area. Please go to for more information.

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