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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

Primrose’s CEO responds to Government announcement regarding charity funding

David Burrell, CEO of Primrose Hospice, tonight thanked Chancellor Rishi Sunak for announcing funding and paying tribute to charities during tonight’s Government briefing. ...

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Primrose Hospice charity shops closed temporarily

Dear customers and supporters, For the health, safety and well-being of our customers, employees, volunteers and communities, Primrose Hospice is temporarily closing all ...

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Coronavirus: Latest update from Primrose Hospice

Family Support Team -information in response to Covid19 Children and Young People’s Team – information in response to Covid19 At Primrose Hospice and ...

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Upcoming Fundraising Events

Pace for Primrose

Walk, run or jog a mile a day to support your local hospice in your hour of exercise during the Coronavirus lockdown....

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Pounds for Primrose

Donate to Pounds for Primrose and help support your local hospice. It's a piece of cake (or a tank of petrol)!...

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Cancelled – A Night At The Musicals

Unfortunately A Night at the Musicals has had to be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic....

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Cancelled – NGS Open Day

Come take a look at the stunning Primrose Hospice gardens when we open them up for National Garden Scheme's Open Days. Visits can...

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Testimonial

“Overwhelmed by the support”

“I couldn’t do without Primrose”