John pledges support for Weston Hospicecare’s latest fundraiser – could you?

PUBLISHED: 19:00 08 February 2017

John and Rachel Bailey.

John and Rachel Bailey.

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Weston Hospicecare is urging people to update their wills while raising money for terminally-ill patients – and one of its most senior staff members is leading by example and updating his own will.

The hospice’s annual Make Your Will Week, which runs from February 27 to March 3, will see solicitors across North Somerset write or update wills in lieu of a donation to the hospice.

The hospice’s director of patient services, John Bailey, is supporting the scheme by updating his own will along with that of his wife, Rachel, and he urged others to follow suit.

Mr Bailey said: “We know everyone should make or update their will if their circumstances change and we’ve had three children since we made ours – so updating them is really long overdue.

“Updating our wills during Make Your Will Week will give us the peace of mind of knowing that should anything happen to us, those we care about most will be taken care of – with the added benefit of all donations going directly to the hospice.”

For details of solicitors taking part contact 01934 423960.

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