‘Heart of our Hospices’ a celebration of Cornwall Hospice Care’s volunteers

As part of the national Volunteers Week campaign (1st to 8th June), Cornwall Hospice Care are celebrating the many who give their time to the Cornish charity. Around a thousand people volunteer in a wide range of roles at Mount Edgcumbe and St Julia’s Hospices, in the shops, offices and at fundraising events.Read more

Join Cornwall Hospice Care for ‘Reflections’ by the sea

This summer our Cornish charity is delighted to be returning to the stunning Trebah Garden on the Helford River for Reflections. This annual event offers people the chance to come together and remember their loved ones in peaceful outdoor surroundings.Read more

Meet the Perranporth man swimming round the Cornish coast for Cornwall Hospice Care

Mark Richards has set himself an extraordinary aquatic challenge that will see him swim round Cornwall over the next two summers. He’ll tackle the 470 km challenge in bite sized chunks and all to say thank you to the Cornish charity that cared for his father-in-law at Mount Edgcumbe Hospice in St Austell.Read more

Cornwall Hospice Care say cheers for £10,000 gift from St Austell Brewery

St Austell Brewery’s Charitable Trust have presented Cornish charity, Cornwall Hospice Care with £10,000 towards the refurbishment of two bedrooms at St Julia’s Hospice in Hayle. The money will help fund the updating of the rooms and their two en-suite bathrooms, and the modernisation of disabled toilets within the hospice.Read more

Cornwall Hospice Care nominated as a Co-op local cause

Cornwall Hospice Care is joining forces with the Co-op to raise funds over the next six months. If enough people chose the Cornish cause the money will be used to improve the grounds at the charity's two hospices.Read more

Cornwall Hospice Care launches Make a Will Week 2017 with the story of Dinah

Cornish charity Cornwall Hospice Care is launching its annual Make a Will Week (15th to 19th May) with the help of the Teagle family of Blackwater. Dinah Teagle was a founding volunteer member of the charity’s St Agnes Support Group and left a gift in her Will to help Cornwall Hospice Care continue its caring work with patients and their families.Read more

Cornwall Hospice Care receives a cheque from the Duke of Cornwall's Benevolent Fund

Cornish charity Cornwall Hospice Care has been chosen to receive a donation from the Duke of Cornwall’s Benevolent Fund. The money will be used to provide the specialist care offered at Mount Edgcumbe Hospice in St Austell and St Julia’s Hospice in Hayle.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