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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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Nurse appeal

Most people we care for wish to remain in their own homes, in safe, familiar surroundings close to the people they love.

Can you help us fund two new full-time Nurses to extend our community nursing?

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Work with us

Every day, all of our people contribute towards transforming end of life care in the local community, making a real difference to the lives of our patients and their families.

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Our care

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

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Make a referral

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

Fundraising events

Challenges
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Rainbow Run
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London Marathon 2022
Camino De Santiago Trek
Starlight Stroll 2022
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Wilf Walk
Camino De Santiago Trek
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London Marathon 2022
Seaford shop front

Our 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 400 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 Hampden Park Shed
Lindy Creasy, Shed Co-ordinator at the Hampden Park Shed, shares the benefits of group arts and crafts.
Creating community links with Eastbourne Rainbow
Derek Andrews from Eastbourne Rainbow tells us more about the group and why representation of older LGBTQ+ people is so important.
A visit to Eastbourne Crematorium
Our Donor Development Team recently visited Eastbourne Crematorium to learn more about their work.
‘The event does a fantastic job at bringing people together’
Dave Longman, owner of SCHMIDT Eastbourne, shares why the business has chosen to sponsor our Starlight Stroll event this year.
Creating community links with Hampden Park Shed
Lindy Creasy, Shed Co-ordinator at the Hampden Park Shed, shares the benefits of group arts and crafts.
Creating community links with Eastbourne Rainbow
Derek Andrews from Eastbourne Rainbow tells us more about the group and why representation of older LGBTQ+ people is so important.
A visit to Eastbourne Crematorium
Our Donor Development Team recently visited Eastbourne Crematorium to learn more about their work.
‘The event does a fantastic job at bringing people together’
Dave Longman, owner of SCHMIDT Eastbourne, shares why the business has chosen to sponsor our Starlight Stroll event this year.
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