Every £1 raised helps someone in need of local hospice care

Our services are free of charge to patients and rely on the generosity of our amazing supporters:

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Caroline's Story

When you’re six years old and your Daddy dies, your whole world falls apart.

“There was just no respite, no time to comprehend what was happening really” said Caroline. “When we first went to the hospice I was very nervous, but it was just an amazing place. We had a guest suite so Dean’s Mum stayed there the whole seven weeks and I stayed most nights and for all of the last three weeks too and we were able to give him all his personal care.”

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Ashgate Hospicecare are there to provide specialist care, support and advice.

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Care for a Cuppa

This February, Ashgate Hospicecare is asking everyone in North Derbyshire to show their support by holding a ‘Care for a Cuppa’ event. Whether you organise a Coffee Morning with cakes or an Afternoon Tea with sandwiches and scones, your event will help to make a real difference to patients in the North Derbyshire area who […]

Free

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Woofs and Wellies

Get your wellies ready because it’s time for walkies! You and your four-legged friend could make a difference to patients across North Derbyshire by taking on the Woofs and Wellies sponsored dog walk. Starts at 10am from Ashgate Hospicecare and the route will lead you around the beautiful Linacre Reservoirs. Dogs will receive a special […]

Entry price - £5

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Manchester Marathon

Would you like to take on the challenge of the 2017 ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon on Sunday 2ndApril, 2017 for Ashgate Hospicecare? The course is the UK’s flattest, fastest and friendliest, making it perfect for novices and those looking to achieve a new personal best. If you would like the chance to race on a super-fast […]

Entry price - £40

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Every £1 spent in an Ashgate store contributes to much needed local hospice care.