Alfie Boe

We are proud to have home-grown singing star Alfie Boe as a Trinity Hospice and Brian House Children’s Hospice Patron. Alfie, who was born in Blackpool and grew up in Fleetwood, has been actively supporting us for a number of years. He does all sorts of things, from promoting our events to sending personal messages of support to patients and staff, and his Homecoming concert in June 2018 raised a huge amount of money for Brian House.

Thanks to Alfie we have been included in national BBC Music Day and on regional television and radio programmes; we have had tickets to auction to raise funds, advertisements in his tour programmes, bucket collections at his local concerts and have appeared in more than one promotional video. His fans are a valuable window on the world too, supporting us and promoting our campaigns and even holding fundraising events of their own!


Dan Whiston

Dancing on Ice winner (he’s actually won it an amazing three times!) Dan started his skating career in Blackpool and has supported Brian House for many years. A fitness instructor and successful local business owner, he has helped host our annual Fundraising Ball and has raised money for us in many ways – including a mass Zumbathon at Blackpool Tower! He is a popular visitor to the hospice and never fails to make us smile.


Steven Croft

Blackpool born cricketer Steven Croft is a former Lancashire County cricket captain and became a Patron for Brian House during his testimonial year.  He has visited us several times to meet some of the youngsters we care for (and to say hello to some of our cricket-loving adult patients at Trinity!) and we feel really proud to have a sportsman of Crofty’s calibre on board.


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