Children's hospice opens its own cinema
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Derian House Children's Hospice opens accessible cinema

Seriously ill children will be able to enjoy a full cinematic experience with their family and friends without leaving their hospital beds and wheelchairs.

Derian House Children's Hospice has opened a £100,000 fully accessible cinema.

Chief executive David Robinson said: "When you have a child with a life-limiting condition, simple things such as going to the cinema as a family can often seem impossible."

"Our families can now book in for movie nights - complete with popcorn and snacks."

The cinema was donated by the charity Together for Cinema.

  • 30 Aug 2019