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Welcome to St Wilfrid’s Hospice

Reaching out to transform end of life care for the people of Eastbourne, Seaford, Hailsham, Uckfield, Heathfield and all the points in between

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Mock up of Anniversary book
Anniversary book

Our commemorative book celebrates the last forty years of St Wilfrid's providing compassionate local hospice care.

Hospice Main building in summer
Clinical Team open days

Have you heard our advert on More Radio? Interested in finding out more about our patient facing roles?

Nurse applying PPE in IPU at hospice
Our care

Our care services are set up with patients, families and carers in mind. You come first and so does your care

Nurse at mobile IPU laptop
Make a referral

For urgent referrals, we will do our best to meet the need within one working day.

Fundraising events

Cyclists in full gear in countryside
Wilfride 2021
Runner in St Wilfrid's to[ running along Eastbourne Seafront
Eastbourne Half Marathon
Camino De Santiago Trek
Long shot of runners by Brighton Seafront
Brighton Marathon
Lights of Love 2021
Skydive for St Wilfs
Skydive for St Wilfrid’s
Cyclists in full gear in countryside
Wilfride 2021
Runner in St Wilfrid's to[ running along Eastbourne Seafront
Eastbourne Half Marathon
Seaford shop front

Our Community Shops & Café

Visit your local shop today, where you will find an amazing range of items and Covid-secure measures in place to keep you safe.

Volunteer with us

Whether it's minutes or months, days or decades, every moment matters

We currently have over 600 volunteers supporting our work in shops, communities and in our hospice buildings. Our volunteers are at the heart of our charity work as a hospice and play a vital role in everything we do. Without their time and generosity, we would not be able to provide our services to patients and their families.

We're always looking to welcome new faces to our amazing team. If you have some time to spare and would like to make a difference in your local community, we would love to hear from you.

Creating community links with Kingdom Way Trust
We spoke to Kingdom Way Trust, a St Wilfrid's Community Link, to learn about the services they offer to those who are homeless or vulnerably housed.
Sue Marsden and Lucy Cheshire with a group from Mencap Eastbourne outside the hospice
End of Life Care for people with Learning Disabilities
Find out about how we are transforming end of life care, with the help of Hospice UK, for those with Learning Disabilities
Counselling Room at the hospice
Celebrating The Seahorse Project during Children’s Grief Awareness Week
To celebrate Children’s Grief Awareness Week and Children in Need 2021, we share how The Seahorse Project is making a difference.
Poppies for Dorothy
Hospice supporter Clifford Smith shares how a winning painting at our 40th Anniversary art exhibition really was worth a thousand words.
Creating community links with Kingdom Way Trust
We spoke to Kingdom Way Trust, a St Wilfrid's Community Link, to learn about the services they offer to those who are homeless or vulnerably housed.
Sue Marsden and Lucy Cheshire with a group from Mencap Eastbourne outside the hospice
End of Life Care for people with Learning Disabilities
Find out about how we are transforming end of life care, with the help of Hospice UK, for those with Learning Disabilities
Counselling Room at the hospice
Celebrating The Seahorse Project during Children’s Grief Awareness Week
To celebrate Children’s Grief Awareness Week and Children in Need 2021, we share how The Seahorse Project is making a difference.
Poppies for Dorothy
Hospice supporter Clifford Smith shares how a winning painting at our 40th Anniversary art exhibition really was worth a thousand words.
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