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22nd September

Say Farewell to the Rockets!

A galaxy of spectacular Rockets will be touching down at Leicester’s National Space Centre on 9th-10th October for a final weekend of space-tastic fun!

News

13th September

Love the Rockets? Take one home to support LOROS!

One of the highlights of the Rocket Round Leicester art trail has been Moondance, a giant juke box shaped sculpture featuring the names of space-related songs. Organised by local charity LOROS Hospice, together with leading art event producers Wild in Art, Moondance is just one of 40 giant Rockets which are weaving their way across the city this summer.

Patient Stories

26th August

Fiona's story

"My mum, Ros Sherwin, was a district nurse. In May 2020, when she was 61, she went for a scan at Glenfield Hospital, and out of the blue she was told she had stage 4 lung cancer. It was a terrible shock."

News

24th August

LOROS Hospice pioneer remembering loved ones in space

It can’t have escaped many people that the city of Leicester has been inundated with 40 spectacular Rockets this summer. Now LOROS Hospice is developing the space theme with a ground-breaking first, launching messages into space. 

Patient Stories

21st August

Emma's story

"Considering she couldn't talk anymore, the nurses were still able to have a chat with her about her wishes, her family, her childhood and her favourite hobby which was gardening. It didn't matter that it took her a while to write down what she wanted to say, everyone gave her the time to be able to do this."

Patient Stories

27th June

Sharon's Story

“It was like walking into a hotel and the care and the warmth was incredible. I immediately felt so comfortable and so did Baz, they took such good care of us.”

News

19th June

LOROS Hospice announces summer programme of incredible Rocket events

This morning, LOROS Hospice has announced a summer of fun as part of their Rocket Round Leicester art trail.

Patient Stories

18th June

Anni

When Ian died, I felt relieved that he was at peace. It had been a long, difficult road. After his death I continued to have complementary therapy which I loved, as well as some counselling. The support from LOROS went way beyond what I expected. It really kept me going.

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