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THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICE     RECYCLING SHOP       IN CONJUNCTION            WITH WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICE
THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICE•   The Shakespeare Hospice serves a population of 145,000 across    South Warwickshire.•   Last ye...
THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICE•   INTRODUCTION•   BACKGROUND STORY•   HOW THE PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPED•   BENEFITS AND RESULTS•   DA...
THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICE•   INTRODUCTION•   BACKGROUND STORY•   HOW THE PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPED•   BENEFITS AND RESULTS•   DA...
THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICEBACKGROUND STORY- 2003•   WCC needed to redevelop the site to meet current Health and    Safety req...
THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICEBACKGROUND STORY –• A building became available which was not required for Council use
THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICEBACKGROUND STORY -continued• WCC approached 2 national charities who turned down the offer of      ...
THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICEHOW IT WORKED IN THE BEGINNING
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  1. 1. THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICE RECYCLING SHOP IN CONJUNCTION WITH WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
  2. 2. THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICE
  3. 3. THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICE• The Shakespeare Hospice serves a population of 145,000 across South Warwickshire.• Last year we cared for 229 patients and our total number of beneficiaries is twice this if you include family and carers.• We care for patients living with Cancer, Motor Neurone Disease, AIDS and patients with life-limiting ilnesses through palliative day Hospice, Hospice at Home, Family Support and our Information and Support service.• We have 210 volunteers helping us as drivers, in our patient area, as complementary therapists, bereavement support, in fundraising, in our shops and in information and support roles.• We need to raise £1.4m this year and receive 2% statutory funding compared with the average of 32% for an independent adult hospice in England and Wales.
  4. 4. THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICE• INTRODUCTION• BACKGROUND STORY• HOW THE PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPED• BENEFITS AND RESULTS• DAY TO DAY RUNNING• ADDITIONAL PROJECTS• FUTURE DEVELOPMENT
  5. 5. THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICE• INTRODUCTION• BACKGROUND STORY• HOW THE PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPED• BENEFITS AND RESULTS• DAY TO DAY RUNNING• ADDITIONAL PROJECTS• FUTURE DEVELOPMENT
  6. 6. THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICEBACKGROUND STORY- 2003• WCC needed to redevelop the site to meet current Health and Safety requirements• Vehicles were being driven into the skip loading area and there was no overall traffic control• The public had to climb metal steps to dispose of their waste into the skips• WCC had to meet EU and Government Waste Management and Re-cycling targets as 80% of waste in Warwickshire was going into landfill• £.5 Million was spent redeveloping the site over a period of 15 weeks, including a steel framed building – 14 x 12 metres
  7. 7. THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICEBACKGROUND STORY –• A building became available which was not required for Council use
  8. 8. THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICEBACKGROUND STORY -continued• WCC approached 2 national charities who turned down the offer of the use of this building• TSH were then offered the site as a local charity.• The facility was offered rent and rate free and in addition theCouncil covered all heat and light costs• A “Licence to Operate” was drawn up as the initial workingagreement• In addition, initially assistance was provided by WCC Staff on siteto clear waste from the Shop• TSH employed one full time manager and a team of volunteers• Initial investment for TSH of £3000 in shelving and decoration
  9. 9. THE SHAKESPEARE HOSPICEHOW IT WORKED IN THE BEGINNING

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