“Happy 40th Anniversary St Ann’s Hospice! Keep up the great work that you are doing and enjoy your Tea!” Brian Turner CBE

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About St Ann’s Hospice

  • The hospice on film

    The hospice on film

    Our introductory videos help people to get to know the hospice and understand the way in which we help people.

  • News

    News

    Welcome to the latest St Ann’s Hospice news – keeping you informed about what’s going on.

  • Documents and leaflets

    Documents and leaflets

    Our leaflets give more information about St Ann’s Hospice services and activities. Download or request copies here.

Who do we care for? St Ann’s Hospice cares and helps around 3,000 patients (over the age of 16) and their families and carers every year who are affected by cancer and non-cancer life limiting illnesses. We deliver care that is special and unique to each individual person. Around 40% of inpatients at St Ann’s Hospice return home after treatment.

Where do we care? St Ann’s Hospice provides care on 3 sites and in people’s own homes, working in partnership with acute hospitals, primary care trusts, community services and voluntary organisations.

When do we care? Many of our services are provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Who provides our care? Our services are provided by specialist staff. We employ around 400 members of staff and are helped by around 800 volunteers.

What does it cost? Our care is free of charge but St Ann’s Hospice has to raise £16,000 every day so our specialised staff can provide the highest quality care.

How old are we? St Ann’s Hospice was 40 years old in 2011, one of the oldest hospices in the country. We have a record of delivering first class care for 4 decades.