It is an 8 week self-management course offering practical advice and information for adults living with a life-limiting, progressive or chronic illness in Merton and Sutton. Launch date - May 19th! Read more
As the lavender fields will turn to a haze of purple this June, we invite you to join us in remembering your loved ones and through this act of remembrance continue to support the people of Merton and Sutton when they need us most. Read more
We urgently need volunteer drivers to help load and transport items from Wimbledon to Sutton. Read more
Dry January, Lent or Stoptober. It's up to you how you decide to give up to give back for the Hospice. Read more
We care for people in Merton and Sutton living with a life-limiting illness and their families.
Over 1,000 patients and those close to them benefit from our exceptional hospice care every year.
We offer home-based and in-patient care, wellbeing services and bereavement support.
We are proud to be at the heart of the community, whenever and wherever people need us.
General guidance on visiting the Hospice in light of the Coronavirus.
Counselling support allows people to navigate their way through the maze of emotional turmoil. This service is available to all patients referred to the Hospice who are affected by a life limiting condition and extends to their carers, friends and family members.
We are delighted to announce that we have been able to open 7 of our 10 charity shops and are accepting donations at our Donation Centre in Sutton.
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We are delighted and proud to announce that we have achieved our third accreditation with the Investing in Volunteers Award for good practice in volunteer management. Read more
Summit Mount Snowdon at night and watch the sunrise over Snowdonia National Park Read more
Walk in memory of your loved ones on a circular route from the beautiful Mayfield Lavender Farm or on a route of your choice if you cannot join us in person. Read more