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A dedicated member of staff at Kent hospice, ellenor, has been invited to watch the wedding of HRH Prince Henry of Wales and Ms Meghan Markle from inside the walls of Windsor Castle.

Sue Marshall, who received the invite, has worked at ellenor for the past 16 years, and will be amongst 1,200 members of the public in attendance, 200 of which work for charitable organisations who have been invited to attend the wedding in recognition of their commitment in making a difference to their local community, in particular young people.

Sue’s works as part of the Education Team at ellenor, training staff and volunteers; she provides opportunities for individuals aged from 16 years and over, through exposure to a wide variety of training, care programmes and experiences to deliver high quality and safe care to patients and families at the end of life.

‘I feel like the luckiest person because I have the best job in the world. I get to teach students what I believe in whole heartedly which is dignified, compassionate care. We all work so hard to support patient and families, it is just the most rewarding thing ever to provide great care’Sue Marshall, ellenor’s Training Facilitator.

This great news comes after the charity was awarded Care Charity of the Year at the Kent Charity Awards 2018, which took place in March. A leading provider in specialist palliative and end of life care, ellenor is the only charity in Kent providing hospice care for people of all ages in their place of choice, 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year, and Children’s Hospice at Home.

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