Help make a difference this festive season
Seasonal and Christmas-themed events and activities in aid of St Nic's
St Nicholas Hospice Care is dedicated to its vision for everyone to matter in life and death
We are committed to our aims to:
- Equip everyone to live with dying, death and grief.
- Provide direct support.
- Strive for something better through innovation.
Find out more about St Nicholas Hospice Care
Find information on getting help or on how to support the charity
What would you like to do?
Get advice, support and discover all that the hospice offers
- Get support from specialists in palliative care
- Advice and information on dying, death and grief
- Education courses provided by experts to professionals and community members
- Make a one-off donation or join our regular giving programmes Friends of St Nics or the Lottery.
- Volunteer or engage with activities such as fundraising events, community appeals or legacy initiatives.
- Learn all that’s on offer from our retail operation, for example, visit our donation centre or our local and online shops.
- And much more.
Nicky's Way group sessions resume
“For the first time since our loss, we felt we were surrounded by people who were there to listen to our story."
With the ongoing pandemic meaning that Nicky’s Way has had to change the way it offers support, on July 27 and 28, a group of children and their families became the first group in over 18 months to attend one of our Nicky’s Way group sessions.
Learn how Nicky's Way can support children, young people and their families
As the Hospice works to introduce new ways of working we need those with the passion to equip communities, and the ability to provide the best care, to join us.
Some of our latest activities
St Nic's magazine
The autumn edition of our supporters’ magazine St Nic’s has been published.
Packed with news from the Hospice including fundraising stories, in this edition we also introduce Linda McEnhill who will become the Hospice’s Chief Executive Officer in December.
Hospice’s Chief Executive Officer Dr Barbara Gale set to retire
After leading St Nicholas Hospice Care for the past 16 years, the charity’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dr Barbara Gale MBE, will be leaving the organisation and retiring to spend more time with her family.
Over the coming months, Barbara will work alongside colleagues and the Hospice’s Board of Trustees to recruit and hand over to a new CEO.
Since 2003, St Nicholas Hospice Care’s Wills Weeks have ensured that many in our community have been able to have a Will prepared to protect their loved ones, while raising more than £300,000 for the charity.
Our 18th annual Wills Weeks event offers our community the chance to make a Will in return for a donation to St Nicholas Hospice Care instead of paying a fee to a legal adviser.