Inside St Barnabas House hospice when it was first unveiled during special tours in Janaury 2011. Pictures: Malcolm McCluskey
Inside St Barnabas House hospice when it was first unveiled during special tours in Janaury 2011. Pictures: Malcolm McCluskey

The day the new Worthing hospice was unveiled

From the artwork on the ceilings and the soothing sound of water features, to the ability to move beds outside – every aspect of the new St Barnabas House hospice in Worthing was designed with patients in mind. The landmark £13.5million building was unveiled in January 2011, revealing it to be a tranquil, welcoming place with endless windows overlooking the beautiful grounds and gardens.

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It took eight years of planning and the support of thousands of people, who helped with fundraising, for the new hospice to become a reality, replacing the original building in Columbia Drive. The building in Titnore Lane was purpose-built, following numerous consultations with the patient groups at St Barnabas, relatives, staff and volunteers.

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