Rotherham Hospice's care places the patient and not the illness at the centre of everything we do.
We are an independent charity and the only adult hospice in Rotherham for the people of Rotherham and surrounding villages. We began offering Day Hospice services in 1994, and have grown over the years to now providing a 14 bed Inpatient Unit, with 75 Day Hospice places every week, and our Hospice Community Team who provide care in the community. We need over £5 million annually to deliver these services and rely heavily upon local people and organisations for their support.
As part of the Dying Matters Awareness Week, Rotheram Hospice are holding a series of drop in cafes in order to talk to people about what they can do when someone close to them has a life limiting illness. Read more
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Looking for a fantastic bargain? Come along to Rotherham Hospice's newly revamped shabby chic shop in Dinnington!
Nestled on high the Tree of Life, next to that of his grandson and his great-nephew, is the name of Harry Brearley, the Sheffielder credited with inventing the everlasting metal in 1913. The leaf was bought in his memory by Ann Humberstone (pictured) , the wife of Harry’s great-nephew Peter, a patient at Rotherham Hospice who died in November 2015 aged 85.
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There are many stereotypes about charitable giving which persist despite the evidence being very much to the contrary. One is that Scottish people are stingy, and another is that people on lower incomes give less to charity.