Making a donation in memory of a loved one is a wonderful way to remember them and celebrate their life. We are incredibly grateful for any gifts we receive, which will help us to make sure that we can provide specialist care to anyone with a life-limiting illness and their family. There are many ways […]
During the summer months, an area in our garden will be splashed with coloured ribbons, with each length of ribbon meaning something special to someone. In return for a donation to the Rainbow Ribbons appeal, you will receive a length of brightly coloured ribbon for you to write your own special personal message for someone who has brought colour to your life.
#ChallengeDerbyshire was formed in 2015 to raise money for our three amazing charities, Ashgate Hospicecare, Blythe House Hospice and Helen’s Trust. We are commited to ensuring they continue and thrive enabling them to deliver care and support for EVERYONE in North Derbyshire who needs it! We are so lucky to have these three charities, working together we […]
Every year supporters of Ashgate Hospice help to ensure that we are here to help patients and their families whose lives have been affected by a life limiting illness. In fact, one in eight of our patients are cared for using gifts that people leave for us in their Wills. By making a Will you […]
Welcome to Light up a Life. Please support Ashgate Hospicecare and shine a light for someone special. Dedicating a light is a lovely way to commemorate a very special person or to celebrate how much someone means to you. You can be assured that your donation, however large or small, will be used directly towards […]
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I don't know how to put into words how much the hospice helped my entire family.
Carol Suter from Killamarsh was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in October 2011. In November she had part of her stomach lining removed and had a hysterectomy. By December she had recovered from surgery and had her first chemotherapy session, but a week later a major stroke left her paralysed and unable to speak. Carol was admitted to hospital and was given a life expectancy of just six months. It was at this point that a palliative care nurse at the hospital suggested a transfer to Ashgate Hospicecare. Carol's son Rob explains how the hospice made the harrowing experience of losing his mum bearable.