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Quality Account

Quality Account 2015/2016


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Care Quality Commission

Care Quality Commission rating for St Julia's Hospice (Rated 3rd September 2016) Care Quality Commission rating for Mount Edgcumbe Hospice (Rated 16 January 2015)


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Explaining what we do for Cornwall, in Cornwall through the experiences of those whose lives we have touched


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  • Belly Dancing 'Hafla'

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  • North Cornwall's Quiz Evening

    Quiz starts 7.30pm prompt. £6 per head which includes a glass of wine and nibbles. Max 6 per team Read more

  • Santa Series 2016

    Santa’s are coming to a town near you, our annual Santa Series is back and as festive as ever and this year there are events where you can run, walk, cycle or even Surf! Choose from the eight fun events across the county, sign up, get your free Santa Suit (with Elves and Reindeer making a special Guest appearance at some locations) and get training to receive your very own Christmas medal. Read more


  • Cornwall Hospice Care celebrates ‘outstanding’ CQC rating for St Julia’s Hospice

    Cornish charity Cornwall Hospice Care is celebrating news of an ‘outstanding’ rating for one of its two hospices from the Care Quality Commission. The rating, which is the highest achievable, follows a recent inspection at St Julia’s Hospice in Hayle. Read more

  • Ale and Cider Festival set to be biggest fundraiser yet

    If you’ve ever been to The Bowgie Inn, Crantock, you’ll already know why people flock to visit this pink pub on West Pentire headland, but a whole lot more is in-store on the August bank Holiday weekend. Their biggest event of the year - The Bowgie’s Ale and Cider Festival 2016 - will be held from 26th-29th August in support of chosen Cornish charity Cornwall Hospice Care. Read more

  • Cornwall Hospice Care’s running Pirate Crew take over Falmouth

    Cornwall Hospice Care's Pirate Tuff Fun Run came to Falmouth’s Zestifal Festival yesterday (Sunday 24th July), with around 100 would-be pirates taking to the streets of the town. Many visitors stopped to watch as the marauding rascals raced through the town to help raise money for the Cornish charity. Read more