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Local hospice putting together Lincolnshire’s biggest bucket list

Written by on 10th May 2016

Local hospice putting together Lincolnshire’s biggest bucket list

 
 
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St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice are attempting to put together Lincolnshire’s biggest ever bucket list during Dying Matters Awareness Week at Lincoln’s Waterside Shopping Centre.

The hospice is hoping to raise awareness of the importance of talking about dying and putting plans in place.

Between 9th – 13th May, people are being encouraged to add their hopes and dreams to bucket list style ‘Before I die…’ boards on the lower level of the shopping centre, as well as decorate a cardboard coffin with poems, art and quotes in a community coffin project.

Siren FM’s John-Paul Dickie spoke to Lisa Gibson, community development manager for the hospice. You can watch the interview below or ‘listen now’ above.