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We are Primrose Hospice

At Primrose Hospice we are honoured to be able to support patients with life-limiting illnesses and their families, providing them with the care and support they need during difficult times. Primrose Hospice is an independent charity and relies heavily on support from the local community. We have to raise over £1.75 million each year to continue to provide our services to care for our patients and their families.

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Current News

Early Christmas present for Santa Fun Run

THE Santa Fun Run is under starter’s orders thanks to a generous donation from Central England Co-operative Funeralcare. The popular Christmas event returns ...

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Father-of-two’s cycle ride in memory of beloved nan

A FATHER of two cycled 100k with six friends in memory of his beloved nan, grandad and father-in-law. Tom Burbridge, from Redditch, decided ...

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Lights of Love campaign 2019 launched

EVERYONE is invited to remember their loved ones during the Lights of Love campaign which launches for 2019. Lights of Love provides a ...

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Upcoming Fundraising Events

Make a Will month – October 2019

We are delighted to announce we are holding our 2nd annual Make a Will Month campaign in partnership with local solicitors....

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Lights of Love 2019

Through Lights of Love, the whole community join together to remember and celebrate the lives and memories of our loved ones....

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Carols by Candlelight

Join us for a special Carols by Candlelight service, taking place at Primrose Hospice on Thursday 19th December at 6pm. ...

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Santa Fun Run

Christmas has come early for families wanting to give back and get active, as Primrose Hospice returns with their Santa Fun Run! ...

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Testimonial

Counselling Client

“Just a fantastic service!”

“Please find enclosed a completed Satisfaction Questionnaire as well as a completed Service Users Forum form. i have also enclosed a cheque for £200 (and signed Gift Aid form) in appreciation of the help I received from your counselling service. The sessions I attended made an immense difference to my life post cancer diagnosis and I will remain ever grateful for the opportunity to use this service. As such, I have made this donation to help support your work so that others may be able to benefit in the same way I have. Many thanks for everything”

A wife of a Day Hospice patient

“Words cannot express my gratitude for the help and support you have all given my husband and I over the last two and a half years.

Love to all”