Alongside the care we provide in our In-Patient Unit, the Living Well Centre, Bereavement Support and Dementia Services, we have a number of facilities at the Hospice. Some are open to the public where others can be booked for use by external organisations.
Welcome back to the Café.
We are so happy to welcome the public back to our Café. The Cheese Scones are better than ever and we have a great selection of sweet treats, savoury snacks, teas and freshly ground coffee to choose from.
We are open Monday to Friday from 10:00am till 14:00pm
You can also enjoy a lovely Afternoon Tea here at the Hospice Café for just £8 per person.
If you would like to enquire or make a booking, please give us a call or drop us an email. If you are visiting the Hospice and would prefer to book in person then our Café and Reception Volunteers would be more than happy to help.
0191 386 1170
Meeting space in The Education Suite
We are currently limiting the use of the Education Suite and are not taking any external bookings at this time. Please check back to see when we reopen this meeting facility.
Our Gardens and Greenhouse
Five acres are lovingly cared for by a hugely dedicated team of volunteers. Plentiful borders surround the lawns with lots of areas for patients and visitors to relax along the accessible pathways. Our Victorian-style greenhouse is the jewel in the crown of our vast Hospice grounds. We often use this space for our Dementia Services Gardening Group. As well as a beautiful environment, the gardens provide the freshest fruit and vegetables for our kitchen, and flowers to be displayed around the Hospice. Spare produce is also often available to the public at the Hospice entrance, in return for a donation. We also have a wooded area, dementia friendly sensory garden and ‘In Memory’ garden. This is a place of peaceful relaxation featuring a small stream and the sound of gently clinking of leaves on the In Memory Tree. We’re lucky to welcome lots of wildlife to our grounds so be sure to keep a look out. You may also see sheep and cows in neighbouring fields.