Outstanding for care

We are proud of the quality of the service we provide to our patients and their families. In the latest CQC inspection, St Oswald's Hospice received an overall rating of Good, with Outstanding for caring.

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Our response to Coronavirus

We are constantly monitoring the developing situation. We’d like to reassure you that we are following guidance based on the latest information from the World Health Organization (WHO), Public Health England and Newcastle Hospitals.

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Ways you can support us

From fundraising events, playing our lottery, supporting us while you shop to sending e-cards. Find out all the ways you can support us during the coronavirus crisis.

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For healthcare professionals

We are committed to providing excellence in specialist Hospice Care for adults, babies, children and young adults from across the North East of England.

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Our shops have reopened

Each shop has different opening times and donation policies and some aren’t quite ready to re-open just yet, so be sure to click the button below for full details.

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Our story

Introducing St Oswald’s Hospice as you have never seen us before.

Together with your support, we can continue to grow our services so that everyone in our region gets expert, dignified and compassionate care when they need it the most.

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Our latest news

Elijah’s Great North Run-draiser

Father and son duo, Michael and Elijah Farndale, took on the Mini Great North Run together for St Oswald’s Hospice, raising almost £1,000 in support of St Oswald’s Hospice patients and families

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Darren tackles fundraising with ease

Darren Prudhoe and his partner Jenna Leigh Moore have raised funds for St Oswald’s by selling handcrafted fishing tackle. The couple run a small, online family business, DJL Handcrafted Waggler Floats, named after the initials of the couple plus their daughter Lillie, and decided to fundraise after someone known to Darren was recently cared for at the hospice.

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