News and Blogs

Meet our media team

Working to make every life extraordinary means there’s a lot going on at Nightingale House. Here, you can find out why making a difference is at the heart of all we blog and write about. From Newsnight to your local newspaper, our media and marketing team have a wide range of experience in broadcast, print and digital communications. They ensure we are delivering inspirational campaigns, exciting news and motivating stories to spread the word about our vital work.

Our team are on hand to help any members of the media who are looking for information about Nightingale House, our fundraising events and our campaigns. Interviews can be set up on request.

Angela Rogers – Marketing Manager
Angela is a PR professional with several years experience. Having worked for organisations such as the Environment Agency and the renowned Grosvenor Group, she specialises in all aspects of communications, in particular press relations and marketing strategies.

Brad Whyte – Graphic Designer
Brad is a graphic designer with more than 10 years experience working within the design and print industry. Specialising in visual design for print, Brad has worked for companies such as 438 Marketing, NWN Media and Business Print and Design. Brad started working for Nightingale House Hospice in 2014.

For press or media information, please contact Angela Rogers on 01978 314 292 or by email

Nightingale House News

She will be walking with me: Flintshire woman to put her best foot forward in memory of her mum

The compassion shown to a 54-year-old mum who fought cancer has inspired her 18 year old daughter to take on the challenge of a charity walk. Meg Lewis from Flintshire, lost her mother Sue after her battle with the disease came to an end after just 12 months. During her mother’s
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Nightingale House nurses urge ladies to get moving for the Midnight Walk

Nurses from Nightingale House Hospice, Wrexham have gone above and beyond the call of duty after sprucing up their uniforms with bright pink, bunny ears, t-shirts and posters. Helen Evans, Alison Roberts and Laura Ratcliffe donned the unusual getup as a way to encourage local women to
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Celebrate World Cancer Day

As we come to the start of yet another new month, an important day has been marked down in our calendar – World Cancer Day. A truly global event taking place every year on February 4, World Cancer Day unites the world’s population in the fight against cancer. The theme for World Cance
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Nightingale House nurses speak out for World Cancer Day

They are the nurses who have devoted themselves to the care and support of North Wales residents facing life limiting illnesses. The Nightingale House nursing team have been familiar and friendly faces on the ward and Daycare unit of the Hospice since it officially opened its doors ba
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Friendship at the heart of new Nightingale House home service

A Hospice outreach programme is planning to use the power of friendship to ensure that people facing life-limiting illness within the Coedpoeth area maintain vital links within their community. Operated by Nightingale House in partnership with residents of the Coedpoeth community, the
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Nightingale House to treat Ellesmere residents to a good cup of coffee

The countdown is well and truly on as residents of Ellesmere prepare to welcome a brand new shop to the region. Local Hospice, Nightingale House will open its latest store in Ellesmere within the next few weeks and are inviting anyone within the local community who is interested in vo
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The beat goes on for Nightingale House

Family and friends have remembered a man who “was loved so much” – while raising thousands of pounds for a local Hospice. Soul at the Memo, held in memory of Wrexham man, Ken Charles, saw hundreds of people attend for a night of music and dancing at Wrexham’s Memoria
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Cancer survivor wins modelling competition after ‘seeing life differently’

A brave woman from Flintshire who has been chosen as the face of a charity fashion campaign was inspired to apply after successfully battling thyroid cancer. Meredith Isherwood, 23, was diagnosed in June last year and, while she would never have contemplated becoming an ambassador for
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