WATCH: An important message from the Strathcarron Hospice nurses

With the country in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, the team of nurses at Strathcarron are sharing an important message with supporters.

Monday, 13th April 2020, 12:32 pm
Updated Monday, 13th April 2020, 12:33 pm

Some of the staff at the hospice performed a special song ahead of the Easter holiday weekend to urge members of the public to stay at home and stay safe.

A video of the ladies singing a version of the Bee Gees’ hit ‘Staying Alive’ with the words changed to 'Stay in the House’ and reflecting the current situation was recorded and shared online.

Staff at the hospice are working hard to continue to provide specialist care for local people living with, and dying from, a terminal illness during the coronavirus crisis.

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The team at Strathcarron are asking people to Stay in the House

However, the charity relies on fundraising and donations from the public to function and with the current health situation meaning many fundraising events can no longer take place they have seen a downturn in income.

Financial support from the public at this time is vital to ensure the team can continue to keep the services open.

To find out how you can donate visit the Strathcarron website here.