The ancient walls of Tonbridge Castle saw almost 400 fans enjoy a night of music to remember as Hospice in the Weald took over the castle lawn for the Castle Anthems show. The show, which took place on 6th July, was a first for the Hospice and raised over £4,000.
‘It was a perfect summer evening, warm and sunny, and there was a fantastic atmosphere,’ said Michelle Wins...
Support Us with a Smile
Hospice in the Weald is now registered on Amazon Smile, a service which means Amazon will donate to your chosen charity every time you shop.
By shopping on Amazon Smile, 0.5% of your purchase price is donated to a charity of your choosing – and you can search for Hospice in the Weald to choose us!
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Cottage Hospice is Under Way!
Following our Breaking Ground Event, construction work on Cottage Hospice remains on track. Westridge construction are working hard to ensure the building will be ready to open in Spring 2019.
The building will have 10 bedrooms equipped to allow Family Caregivers to stay and care for their loved ones close to the end of life. Situated in Five Ashes, near Mayfield, the site is a des...
Support the Forget Me Not campaign
Remember your loved one and cherish their memory with a Forget Me Not.
We are so pleased that so many of our wonderful supporters have made this years Forget Me Not so special.
The Flowers were displayed at Wilderness Wood, Dunorlan Park and Riverhill Himalayan Gardens throughout May, for a private moment of remembrance and contemplation. Additionally, we hosted...
Breaking Ground for End of Life Care
Building work on the UK's first Cottage Hospice has begun at our site in Five Ashes, near Mayfield. This new Hospice Service will provide local residents throughout Kent and Sussex with more choice about the end of life care they receive.
Rob Woolley, CEO, says "In the UK we have a population that is both aging and growing. A new and innovative approach to end of...
We are family - Rob Woolley, CEO
I feel part of a family of people who believe in the Hospice movement. Here at Hospice in the Weald the circa 250 staff and 1,200 volunteers who make up the workforce are, in many respects, like a family. I think that family can be a term which is misunderstood at all kinds of levels but family, however defined, is important to this Hospice.
Dame Cicely Saunders...