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Fulwell provides a safe and enjoyable environment for people of all ages.The Shooting Star House hospice in Hampton has such a huge presence in our local community, with a charity shop on Hampton Hill High Street, and regular fundraising activities taking place throughout the year.Each room is made up especially for the person who will be staying in it, so teenagers may find a stereo and posters on the wall, while a younger child could be welcomed with a Peppa Pig bedspread and Cbeebies on the TV.All of the bedrooms have hoists, hydraulic beds, and sofa beds for family members.This room is perfect for a party ï¿½ and is often used for them. The water in the pool and spa tub is set to a perfect warm-bath temperature, again with a great sound system (Katy Perry this time), disco lights and an amazing floating mattress that seemed to be made out of balls.The eight bedrooms are as bright, welcoming and cheerful as you would expect after seeing the rest of the hospice.The independent shop is celebrating with a revamp, so why not drop by and take a look.As well as quality carpets, they also offer a wide choice wood and laminate flooring.
There are also therapy rooms, including a music room and an arts and crafts room, which can also be used by the children’s siblings.
So the recent open day was a great opportunity to go along and find out more about the charity, and see some of the amazing facilities that local fundraising has helped provide.
Shooting Star House is a large, modern building with curved walls, big windows and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
John has written several history books about Hampton and Hampton Hill, including ‘Edwardian Hampton – The story of Hampton and Hampton Hill from 1900 to 1914’.
He is an active member of the Borough of Twickenham Local History Society, and a Trustee at the Twickenham Museum where he organises themed exhibitions about Twickenham, Whitton, Teddington and the Hamptons, including Hampton Hill.