Welcome to

Hospice of the Valleys


Thank you for your continued support!

After our 30th anniversary celebrations in 2021, it is a good time to reflect on our roots, and those roots are embedded in the local community.  Most of our staff, our patients and our supporters all come from the local area.  Hospice of the Valleys wouldn’t exist if local people hadn’t worked together to start the organisation and it is crucial that we keep the voice of those we support as an intrinsic part of the way we adapt to the challenges moving forward.

There was so much change following the pandemic, but for us at the Hospice, nothing changed, we adapted the ways in which we worked to continue supporting our patients and their loved ones, at a time when they needed us the most.  We remained at the heart of our community and stepped forward when other services took a step back.

We are here for you, providing Specialist Palliative Care services, including community nursing, an in-reach service to community hospitals, bereavement support, physiotherapy, welfare rights advice, complementary therapy, emotional support and a dedicated service for patients living with a dementia diagnosis.


Our shops

Our local shops help raise vital funds so we can continue providing specialist care and support to our patients and their families.

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For Families & Carers

We know caring for someone can be challenging, and that’s why Hospice of the Valleys doesn’t just care for patients.

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Get Involved

There are so many ways that you can get involved and support our patients and their families.  From participating in one of our key events to volunteering.

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This is an information point displaying all end of life and palliative care resources that are accessible for healthcare professionals.

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For Patients

Any life limiting condition can be frightening for patients and those closest to them. It is important to know that there is support for you and those important to you.  

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What your donation means...


Would pay for an hour of specialist nursing care for a patient in their own home.


Would cover the cost of an hours Bereavement Support from our Family Support Team.


Would pay for a Healthcare Assistant to provide care and support for a night at a patient’s home, allowing their carers and family the opportunity to get a good night’s sleep.

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Latest News

10 Years of Hospice at Home

Two of our longest serving Health Care Assistants share their experience of working within the Hospice at Home Service. Suzanne Taylor – started as a HCA in March 2016 Having…

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Smashing our Go Yellow target!!

On Friday 3rd May we held our Annual Go Yellow Day to celebrate the work of our brilliant team here are the Hospice who deliver such vital care and support…

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