Fundraise & Get Involved

Our Services are free of charge to all patients and their loved ones. We need to raise over £7 million every year to provide outstanding Hospice care to the local community.
To get involved with our fundraising activities, design your own, or make a donation, use the information on this page.

Hospice Day Service

Hospice Day Service is completely free of charge and provides a space that allows patients and those important to them to come and adjust, together and separately, to the reality that they or their loved one has been diagnosed with a terminal illness.

There are a number of Groups and activities that you can choose from to suit your needs and goals. To ensure that you achieve these goals, you will get a personalised programme that you and our staff will devise, ensuring you are getting the most from your time at Hospice Day Service.

While Hospice Day Service is not just for patients – we really encourage those important to patients to attend and partake. We want Hospice Day Service to be a place for patients and their loved ones to talk, listen and prepare and cherish what precious time they have together – to create and/or share memories.

At present, Virtual Hospice Day Service is being run digitally, to keep patients and those important to them safe during the COVID pandemic. To find out more about the groups and support available click the button below.

Anna taking part in an exercise class as part of our physiotherapy offering

Occupational Therapy & Physiotherapy could help you

Occupational Therapy is completely free of charge and empowers people whose health prevents them from doing the activities that matter to them, through equipment, advice and support. Your Occupational Therapist can also help you with advice on how to best manage fatigue and energy conservation.

Physiotherapy aims to improve or maintain physical function and support patient’s to live their lives to its full potential.

Hospice Day Service patient with volunteers patient a canvas
Hannah with Patient in Hospice Day Service
Families enjoying the gardens outside Hospice Day Service
Sue a nurse with a patient
Counselling session with two women

Do you need support with coming to terms with your illness or just need to talk to someone?