Bill Roache’s Charitable Work
In the early 1990s, Bill Roache became one of the first celebrities in the UK to recognise that hospice care is a gift-a gift of a comfortable, dignified, and timely passing-a quiet revolution in our thinking about death and dying. And he has used his fame in the best possible way-to raise both awareness and funds-a wonderful legacy that continues to this day.
Nishil Saujani, Head of Marketing and Communications, Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People, Loughborough, Leicestershire
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Dr Rob Goodfellow
Dr Rob Goodfellow (BA Hons, PhD History) is an Adjunct Fellow and researcher with the Humanitarian and Development Research Initiative (HADRI), Western Sydney University. He lives in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia.
Jonathan Copeland (LLB Hons) is a freelance photographer and writer who travels extensively searching for the ultimate photo opportunity. He lives mostly in Thailand, England and Bali.
Peter O’Neill OAM
Peter O’Neill OAM (BA Fine Arts) is an arts administrator, writer, and educator with over 40 years’ experience in the development and management of art museums and representative organisations within the cultural sector. He lives in Katoomba, The Blue Mountains, Australia.
For sisters Lottie and Jane Graham
Born in Kirkham (1884) and Salford (1886)
Verity and Will Roache and Rupert and Nicolas Pullee and Rob Goodfellow’s Lancashire great-grandmothers
– who lived to love Corrie
William ‘Bill’ Roache OBE was named in the 2022 New Year’s Honours list for ‘Services to drama and charity’.