Care is provided across our Services and is completely free of charge. We are there 24 hours a day to help, support and care for patients with an illness where a cure is no longer possible, and for patients who will at some stage die from their illness (you may hear this referred to as “palliative care”).Find out more
We provide Hospice care across our five Services, caring for those in our community who need us.
We are proud to be supported by over 1,000 volunteers across the Hospice. Volunteer with us.
With your support, we raise money to help patients and those important to them access vital care and support. Find out how you can get involved!
Click here for information and advice about symptoms and topics relating to terminal illness. You and your loved ones can search for information, or contact us for advice.Visit the Help Hub
Jackie shares the story of her mum, Pat, and how coming together to remember her brought a sense of community that she shares now in our Remembrance Ribbons campaign.
“Everyone who knew my Dad, Paul, knew how generous and what a gentleman he was, and that came through in the cards and letters we received from friends and family, when he died. Now the postcards and letters he sent to me, throughout my life, hold some of my most treasured memories of my Dad."
Patients and families adjusting to a diagnosis of terminal illness will be welcomed back to the Hospice in person in early 2022 with tailored programmes of support at our Living Well Centre.
It really stunned me just how much we were offered. Seeing my mum deteriorate was difficult to watch. She’d undergone lots of treatment for her breast cancer, but unfortunately it had spread further, and before long she began to feel dizzy.