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Here are some people who have had contact with us in the past, and these are their stories.
George and I had been married for 13 years. We had three children aged 13, 11 and 6. We loved and respected each other and were best friends.
My mother was pronounced terminally ill with bowel and liver cancer at the John Radcliffe Hospital in September 2009.
In 2003 my beautiful mum was diagnosed with breast cancer, and in 2008 went into remission after a mastectomy.
When I visited my friend Alison at Sobell House we took a 'walk' from her room via the gardens to the Chapel to play the piano.
The Hospice is an amazing place, which felt like home for so long.
Three years ago, myself and my family had no understanding of "Cancer".
On the 30th of November last year, I lost my father to gastric cancer, at 69, a week away from his birthday.
In the end Sobell was home for all of us.
I wanted to share my very positive experiences at Sobell House during a very tough time last year.
“The drinks trolley comes around and you can have anything from a lemonade to a brandy – we can have a laugh, we’re not a serious bunch.”
"We were given lots of information and more importantly, felt welcomed and cared for ourselves."
"Being at Sobell House has given me more strength."
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