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Nottinghamshire Hospice serves the Nottinghamshire area, providing care for adults living with any life-limiting illness.

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Nottinghamshire Hospice is a registered charity and all our services are provided free of charge to our patients and their loved ones. We need to raise £3 million per year to run the hospice through our retail division, donations, legacies, weekly lottery and fundraising activities.

Explore the buttons below to find out more about our services and some of the ways you can support us:

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Hospice News

Experian support Nottinghamshire Hospice
A huge thank you goes to Experian staff who tackled jobs in our garden, and also stock taking and sorting tasks in our warehouse in preparation for the opening of a new shop in Wollaton which is happening soon.
18 March 2015
Be inspired to become a Hospice Hero too
Read why Ellie has decided to sign up for our Nepal Trek and Hospice project challenge
5 March 2015
Russell Scanlan shares fundraising success with us
Nottingham’s largest independent insurance broker, Russell Scanlan, dropped in to Nottinghamshire Hospice to pass on a year’s worth of fundraising.
5 February 2015

Upcoming Events

Clumber Duathlon
My 35k Challenge
This is a special challenge designed to coincide with our 35 year anniversary.
1 Jan
Parachute Jump
Parachute jump for Nottinghamshire Hospice
Take on a new challenge for Nottinghamshire Hospice.
1 Feb
Zip World
Zip World Velocity
Velocity is “The Nearest Thing to Flying”! Home to the longest zip line in Europe and the fastest in the world.
1 Feb