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Our ambassadors help us in many ways: spreading the word about our work; giving their time to our patients and families; attending events and fundraising to help fund the care we provide. We are so grateful for all their hard work and support.

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We're immensely proud of the amazing people who give their time to support and promote Thames Hospice. From those who have been directly affected by our work, to the people who have been inspired by our amazing care and the people we are privileged to support - meet the Thames Hospice Ambassadors.

Ross Kemp

BAFTA award-winning documentary maker, actor and author, Ross Kemp, became an Ambassador for Thames Hospice in 2021.

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Anita Dobson

Star of stage and screen, acclaimed actress and singer Anita Dobson is an avid supporter of Thames Hospice.

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Sue Holderness

Much loved for her role as Marlene in 'Only Fools and Horses', actress and Windsorian Sue Holderness has supported Thames Hospice for many years.

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Wegan

We are delighted that Whitney and Megan, known collectively as ‘Wegan’, have become Ambassadors of Thames Hospice to help promote the work of the charity through their large social media following.

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Graham Stone

We are thrilled to appoint Graham Stone as our Horticultural Ambassador. Graham recently retired as gardener to Her Majesty the Queen after more than 40 year’s service, working in various gardens at Windsor Castle, and still continues to look after Her Majesty’s aviary and dovecote.

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Lord & Lady Ranger

Lord Rami Ranger CBE, FRSA is a British Peer and a successful businessman who runs Sun Mark Ltd and has been honoured by Her Majesty the Queen on Eight occasions. Six times for Business and twice personally for community services.

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Jason Bevan

Jason is a passionate lifelong supporter of Thames Hospice with a long-standing family connection. Thames Hospice was formed by the merger of the Thames Valley Hospice and the Paul Bevan day hospice.

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Kate Atkinson

In 2014, Kate Atkinson’s sister, Hatti, spent her final few weeks being cared for at Thames Hospice.

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Carol Ellis

Carol is currently accessing Thames Hospice’s Day Therapy Services. Despite living with a life-limiting illness, she is a fervent fundraiser for us.

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Richard Goss

In 2008, Richard joined Thames Hospice as a Volunteer Receptionist on our Inpatient Unit. By 2009, it became clear that Richard’s passion for the cause and extensive retail experience could help guide the Hospice’s future, and he joined our Board of Trustees.

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Lynne Kemp

Thames Hospice cared for Lynne’s beloved husband, Chris, who died in November 2017 after battling prostate cancer for 7 years.

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Christine Small

Christine’s husband, Adrian, was cared for by Thames Hospice until his death in September 2015. 

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Kate Stewart

Thames Hospice cared for Kate’s friend, Clare, who died in April 2016 following a courageous battle against Motor Neurone Disease (MND). Their story featured in our very first Christmas Appeal and Kate continues to support us by regularly taking part in Hospice events.

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Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019
Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019

"The Hospice was like a home from home"

- Hatti

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We rely on the generosity of our amazing community, whose support enables us to provide the best possible end-of-life care for local people. It costs £12 million every year to keep our Hospice running - through charitable support we need to raise over 50% of the funds required annually to provide our services free of charge, 365 days a year, to the people who need us most.

We’ve never needed you, our wonderful supporters, more than we need you today. Please donate what you can to help keep hospice care available for those in desperate need.

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