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Peter Whitehead is an ex-bobby. Since retiring from the police, he’s been giving up his time to chauffeur patients to and from Saint Francis Hospice.
Peter’s wife passed away suddenly last year, and he needed something to fill the void she left behind.
Peter said: “It’s a fantastic job with a feeling of satisfaction like no other — and you get to meet some incredible people along the way.”
The hospice is in desperate need of drivers. As a volunteer driver at Saint Francis Hospice, you would be helping the fight against isolation and loneliness among people living with life-limiting illnesses.
You would also be sparing them the stress, discomfort and difficulties of driving or using public transport. The hours and shifts are flexible, and the hospice will work around your commitments and cover petrol costs.
To find out more about how you can help, call 01708 758614.