Thank you so much We have had another great year to remember at Harlington Hospice and some thank you's must be made. Firstly, thanks to our dedicated staff and volunteers who help us to deliver high quality End-of-Life care to those who need it where and when they need it...without them we would not be able to provide this care across the London Borough of Hillingdon. In 2018 we've deilvered a huge range of Day Care at Lansdowne House and Hospice at Home services, thanks to the dedication of our nursing team and therapists and a special thanks also to Friends of Harlington Hospice, who have tirelessly fund raised for us throughout the year. We also thank our regular supporters and donors and those in the community who donate goods to our shops so that we can continue being here and providing care for local people with life-limiting illness. And, of course, thanks to all our Trustees for the work they do and the businesses that have supported our work and pledged regular support to help deliver our services. Here are some of things we've delivered in 2018 During 2018, we have continued to provide round the clock care to hundreds of people with life-limiting illness in their homes around the borough and also day care to patients with Dementia and their carers, as well as those who have received a diagnosis of a life-limiting illness. We also started providing End-of-Life care support at Hayes Cottage and our therapists continue to provide excellent clinics for Lymphoedema, aromatherapy, massage and other services, whilst also delivering regular Tripudio exercise sessions at Lansdowne House. So, what's in store for 2019? We will be launching new initiatives such as a dedicated physio service both at Lansdowne House and supporting patients at Hayes Cottage. Our campaigns will include 'Sponsor a Nurse', Will Writing & Legacies, Pounds for £s weight loss sessions and our new challenge events will include a Skydive fundraiser and the Prudential Bike Ride - watch out for more details on these here and on our Facebook page. Finally, in 2019 we hope to start work on our new 20-bed in-patient unit once planning permission is granted and support more and more people with life-limiting illness in borough. Thank you everyone for all you've done to support our work.