Primrose Hospice offers Warm Space to our community this Winter

Here at Primrose Hospice & Family Support Centre we know that this Winter may be a particularly tough one for a lot of people living in North East Worcestershire and the rest of the country. That is why we are offering part of our Hospice as part of the Warm Spaces network.

Our Hospice is the first Hospice in Worcestershire to offer a Warm Space where members of our community can come this Winter to find warmth, safety, a warm drink and a welcoming smile.

Our Warm Space is open Monday to Friday 9:30am to 4:30pm and is free and open to anyone.

With the cost of living and climate crisis we hope that this space offers some reassurance to our community. We’re a friendly bunch at Primrose so please don’t be afraid of visiting our Warm Space, you will be welcomed just like the rest of our community.

David Burrell, Chief Executive Officer at Primrose Hospice said: “We are really pleased to be able to offer our Warm Space at our welcoming hospice this Winter to anyone that may need it. We know that a lot of people may have to make sacrifices this year, so by offering somewhere warm for our community to spend time will hopefully be beneficial for our community.”

If you are visiting our Warm Space we kindly ask you to use public transport or park offsite as our main car park needs to be accessible for our patients and clients. Thank you.

Find out more about the Warm Spaces initiative and where you can find other Warm Spaces here:

If you would like to know more about the support services Primrose Hospice can offer you, please contact us: