WATCH: Phyllis Tuckwell challenges misconceptions of hospices 

4:01pm 3rd March 2015 
A hospice is not a place to die, it is a place to live.' 
Farnham-based Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice has launched a new video, challenging the misconceptions of hospices. 
It tells the story of cancer patient John Maturin. 
He explains how it has helped him in his hour of need with practical and emotional support: “I think people have a conception of hospices as places where people go to die. 
"But I couldn’t have been more wrong. 
"This really is a happy place. It’s not a place to die, it’s a place to live, and to live for as long as you possibly can.” 
The video was produced by Jack Taylor, whose Twitter offered to help a local charity for free. 
Jack said: “Visiting the Hospice blew me away. It was an eye-opening experience. Your team are amazing.” 
Head of Marketing and Communications, Tony Carpenter, said: “Many people think a hospice is just a building, where people come to die.,We want to start to challenge that idea, and over the next months will be showing the variety of care and support which we offer, not only to our patients, but to their families and carers as well.” 
2016 Started with an interesting trip to Kenya, living in the bush for 3 weeks straight alongside a tribal community called The Watha. With the project shot we as a crew returned to our respective homes (NYC, UK, US) and began the exciting task of editing.  
If you have seen something you would like to know more about, for further information and to book an informal appointment, call Jack Taylor now on 07919 892239.  
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