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Welcome to Woodlands Hospice
Join on our Woodlands Team to tackle miles of mud at Tough Mudder!
Back by popular demand, we will be once again taking on the streets of Crosby to Light up the Night!
Tackle the streets of Liverpool City Centre for the Scouse 5k!
Take part in Liverpool's annual 5k festive Santa Dash to raise money for Woodlands!
The 'Book of Life' from our 2018 Light up a Life Hospice Appeal is now available to view here...
Staff and Volunteers help support the LGBTQ+ community.
Woodlands Hospice has won a £1,000 Movement for Good award thanks to nominations from the public.
Woodlands Hospice were delighted to retain their 5-star rating following a recent inspection from the Food and Hygiene Standards Agency.
Our annual Golf Event, hosted by our Patron, John Parrott, took place at West Derby Golf Course on Friday 21st June and raised £9,800 for Woodlands Hospice’s services.
Woodlands Hospice recognised the amazing contribution from our volunteer workforce by supporting National Volunteers’ Week from 1st - 7th June 2019
Woodlands Hospice celebrated 10 years of caring and supporting patients and their families on our Inpatient Unit on Thursday 6th June 2019!
Woodlands Hospice staff attended an event held at Aintree University Hospital supporting the Dying Matters Initiative to encourage people to open up about palliative care and bereavement topics and to make plans for end of life.
Our popular Forget-Me-Not Campaign has returned for a fourth year, allowing supporters the opportunity to celebrate a loved one.
Family of local mum, Janice, once again took on their Snowdon challenge to help raise vital funds for Woodlands Hospice.
Supporter and keen cyclist, Tony Bonner and a group of friends have helped Woodlands Hospice to launch an exciting new group to encourage cyclists to come together and conquer local and national challenges in support of Woodlands Hospice.
What a weekend we had at Aintree's Grand National Event 2019! Our volunteers were out in force to greet lucky racegoers with a smile and shake their buckets to help raise vital funds for the Hospice.
Metro Mayor, Steve Rotheram, kindly helped to build a planter in our Hospice gardens for our Children and Young People's Pavilion 'Our Space'. Steve was joined by some of the children and young people and their families to plant a time capsule…