Thames Hospice has produced a short film highlighting an extraordinary year in its history.

During 2020 the hospice, which was based at Hatch Lane, Windsor for more than 30 years has moved to a new, more spacious home just outside Maidenhead.

ALSO VIEW: Open again - Hospice's Windsor and Maidenhead charity shops

It has also provided invaluable support to the community, looking after people suffering from the Covid virus while still still keeping other patients separate and safe - and of course well cared for.

You can watch the story of the hospice in 2020 in this film.

The hospice relies on public subscription and has had to cope with the closure of its fund raising charity shops during periods of lockdown.

Former Royal Borough mayor Cllr Sayonara Luxton supported the hospice throughout her term of office, presenting a cheque for £40,194 before Christmas.

An amazing year of ups and downs.