Download a copy of our 2017/18 accounts here.

Download a copy of our 2016/17 accounts here.

Download a copy of our 2015/16 accounts here.

View a copy of our 2014/15 accounts here.

Where your money goes

It costs around £4.5 million to provide our services, and we only receive about a quarter of this from the government. Everything else – more than £3 million – comes from people in the community, as well as local business and trusts and foundations.

Your cake sales, coffee mornings and parachute jumps help us provide medicine and freshly-cooked meals to our patients.

Your Midnight Walking and Santa Fun Running raises vital funds which mean patients can stay in our Inpatient Ward and take part in music therapy sessions or art classes. It means one of our community nurses can visit them at home, and our bereavement support workers can help their family come to terms with the situation they are facing.

Support from local businesses, and your donations in memory of friends and family mean we can continue to make a real difference to other families in our community.

Whether you’re an individual selling cakes or a business donating thousands, your help is invaluable in helping us to look after the people who need us:

£40 could give a patient an hour of music therapy

£175 could fund a hospice nurse for a day

£700 could pay for patient oxygen for one month

£2,200 could fund our bereavement service for two months, helping adults and children come to terms with losing someone special

£5,000 could keep the inpatient ward open for one day, providing up to 10 people with round-the-clock specialist care through their life-limiting illness

£10,000 could keep the whole hospice open for one day