The hospice is putting sensible and precautionary plans in place with our main priority being infection control and prevention to protect our patients, their families, our supporters and our staff and volunteers.
Local teenager pens song to thank keyworkers for amazing work with all proceeds going to Ashgate Hospicecare
Cerys Ashby, a 15-year-old student from Chesterfield who has a passion for football and music, has written a song to say thank you to keyworkers for the amazing job they’ve been doing through the coronavirus pandemic.
Since receiving news of the Coronavirus outbreak, Ashgate Hospicecare has followed all health guidelines and introduced sensible and precautionary plans to ensure patients and their families, staff, volunteers and the wider community are kept safe.
Ashgate Hospicecare moves non-clinical staff off site and restricts external visitors to keep end of life patients safe from coronavirus
Ashgate Hospicecare is implementing precautionary measures including enabling most of the hospice’s non-clinical staff to work remotely and stopping any non-essential visitors from coming to the hospice to reduce the risk of coronavirus.
During March 2020, Ashgate Hospicecare is partnering with BRM Solicitors for Will Month who have kindly offered to waiver their fees for making a Will for a suggested donation to the local hospice.
The 2020 Markovitz Sparkle Night Walk is set to be even bigger and better and Ashgate Hospicecare wants you to be a part of it, for just £10, on Saturday 11th July. Last year’s event raised over £263,000 for patients and their families!
#ChallengeDerbyshire initiative smashes through £1million mark in support of North Derbyshire hospices
On Saturday 8th February, the #ChallengeDerbyshire Charity Ball held at the iconic Devonshire Dome in Buxton astonishingly raised over £200,000 on the night. This means #ChallengeDerbyshire has now raised over £1.1million in total!
Ever thought about volunteering? Why not volunteer at your local hospice and make a difference to local people?
Two weeks after Ashgate Hospicecare launched their new volunteer campaign, the hospice is excited to announce that they have recruited over 15 new volunteers, with the list continuing to grow.
£1 million partnership: Local business M Markovitz Ltd supports Sparkle Night Walk as main sponsor for a fourth year
Local builders’ and plumbers’ merchant M Markovitz Ltd have confirmed they’ll be headline partners for the Sparkle Night Walk in 2020 for a fourth year running as they aim to surpass £1 million raised for Ashgate Hospicecare.
Ashgate Hospicecare’s Light Up a Life campaign 2019 has raised over £44,000 for patients and their families thanks to the amazing support of the North Derbyshire community.
Last week, Chesterfield based Banner Jones visited Ashgate Hospicecare and donated a hundred boxes of chocolates to patients and families in time for Christmas.
Santa Clauses are coming to town! Join a Santa Fun Run this Christmas and make a difference to local people who need hospice care
This Christmas, local companies Martial Arts club, Unit 1 and Cannon Events are joining together for Chesterfield’s biggest Christmas events.
On Saturday 16th November, North Derbyshire’s local community came together and raised an amazing £11,736 at Ashgate Hospicecare’s Christmas Market.
This Winter, Ashgate Hospicecare’s Light Up A Life appeal returns to give supporters the opportunity to celebrate the life of a loved one.
Ashgate Hospicecare are thrilled to announce that local equipment specialists, Penny Hydraulics, have just purchased five wheelchairs and specialist cushions for patients saving the hospice hundreds of pounds.