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Cornwall Hospice Care Quality Account

Every year our charity produces a Quality Account that explains what we've been doing across Cornwall, the difference we make to those whose lives we touch and what we plan to do in the future. This is the latest edition that covers the year 2015/16. We hope you'll enjoy finding out more about us.


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Care Quality Commission ratings for Cornwall Hospice Care

St Julia's Hospice has been rated as 'Outstanding' (3rd September 2016). Here you can find out more about this rating and the current one for Mount Edgcumbe Hospice (Rated 16 January 2015).


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I am Cornwall Hospice Care

Hospice care seeks to improve the quality of life and wellbeing of people with a life-limiting or terminal illness, helping them live as fully as they can for the precious time they have left. Click here to meet some of our staff and volunteers who make a difference, sometimes in ways you may not know about.


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  • Easter Coffee Morning at Taste, St Agnes

    Easter Coffee Morning courtesy of Hayley Teague. There will be New Goods on sale, a raffle and a cake stall. Coffee & Hot Bun £1.50, refills available at an extra cost. Organised by St Agnes FRG Read more

  • The perfect excuse to eat cake this May

    If you need an excuse to eat cake we can provide you with a great one. Join in with the charity’s third annual Great Cornish Cake Bake Day on Saturday 6th May and help fund the specialist care we provide. The date has been carefully chosen because it’s also National No Diet Day so you can also enjoy guilt-free indulgence. Read more

  • Record entries recorded for Cornwall Hospice Care’s half marathon ‘Run Falmouth’

    Cornish charity Cornwall Hospice Care attracted a record 636 entries for their half marathon ‘Run Falmouth’ this year. The event took place this morning (Sunday 12th March) with 581 runners actually making it to the start line. The 13.1 mile race, which is part of the Cornwall Glass and Glazing Grand Prix Series, was won by Andrew Martin in a time of 1.17.30. Read more


  • Cornwall Hospice Care team shortlisted for a national medical award

    A team from Cornwall Hospice Care have been shortlisted as finalists in the national BMJ Palliative and Hospice Team of the Year awards. The finals will be held in London in May recognising and celebrating the inspirational work of healthcare teams across the country. Read more

  • The Sports Editor on a marathon mission for Cornwall Hospice Care

    Most people mark their 30th birthday with a party, but not Gareth Rowett from St Austell. The Sports Editor for the St Austell Voice has decided to celebrate the milestone by running in the 2017 London Marathon. He’ll join 19 other people who’ve taken on this world-famous event to raise funds for Cornish charity Cornwall Hospice Care. Read more

  • A charity in mourning as long standing Cornwall Hospice Care Trustee Tony Geake dies

    It is with great sadness that we announce that our long-standing Trustee Tony Geake passed away peacefully at Mount Edgcumbe Hospice on Saturday 11th February. A founder of the Hospice, Tony and his wife Margaret donated the land on which it stands and have been involved with the charity since the late 1970’s. Read more