We are holding a photo and filming day at Little Havens on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd September. Would you like to join us?
Our photography weekend is open to all families supported by our Children and Young People’s service.
Over the weekend we will be joined by a professional photographer and videographer who will be taking family photos both in the hospice and gardens, if the weather allows. Our Marketing Team will be with you throughout the day, and will be asking you to share your Little Havens stories with them on camera on Sunday 3rd September.
We know it can be daunting being interviewed on camera however, it will just be a relaxed chat about your experiences of Little Havens, and what it means to you and your family.
We only have a limited number of hourly slots starting at 10am; these slots will be allocated randomly. We can accommodate families of up to six people. Please let us know when you register your interest how many people you intend to bring.
To say thank you for allowing us to share your stories you will be sent the photos that are taken on the day for your own personal use.
By agreeing to attend, your stories will be shared alongside some of the photos and videos taken on the day to promote our care services for up to five years. We will ask you to sign a Consent for Publicity Form before we take your photos.
We may share your story in various ways, including on our social media channels, our website, during talks and presentations, in our supporter magazine, newsletters and leaflets, with existing/potential funders such as Trusts and Foundations, and media relations.
As in all areas of our work, our first priority when communicating our vision is the comfort and care of our families. We recommend you consider the feelings of your relatives and tell them that you have allowed Havens Hospices to take and use your photograph/interview as it may be used over a period of several months, up to five years. This may be after a child has died. You or your next of kin/relative/representative can contact Havens Hospices at any point and ask us not to use the photograph/interview again.