Woodlands Hospice | Hospice Care for North Liverpool, South Sefton and Kirkby in Knowsely

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Golden Goals

Golden Goals

Play our Golden Goals with your friends, family or community group and help raise vital funds for Woodlands Hospice!
Bring a Pound to Work Day 2022

Bring a Pound to Work Day 2022

Can you imagine if every single person in our community could donate £1 to support Woodlands Hospice? Collectively, our pounds can make a HUGE difference! Find out how you can get involved here...

Latest News

Generous donation doubled by Box Power

Generous donation doubled by Box Power

Staff at Woodlands Hospice received an amazing surprise from philanthropic energy buying consultancy, Box Power, with a donation of £40,000 to support the hospice and our Patient and Family Services.
Support and solace

Support and solace

Four years on from losing his 57-year-old wife Tricia to lung cancer, Kevin Harrison talks about how making the most of the bereavement support on offer has helped him move forward.
Lighting our lights together

Lighting our lights together

Woodlands Hospice holds first Light up a Life Service at St Michael’s Church in Blundellsands.
Mark Master Masons Donate £2000 to Woodlands Hospice

Mark Master Masons Donate £2000 to Woodlands Hospice

Staff and volunteers at Woodlands Hospice are celebrating receipt of a grant from the Mark Master Masons of The Province of West Lancashire wholly funded by its charity, the Mark Benevolent Fund.
Give Back Feel Good Campaign

Give Back Feel Good Campaign

Woodlands Hospice launches partnership with New Look as part of the Give Back Feel Good Campaign weekend
John Parrott Golf Event raises 16K for local hospice

John Parrott Golf Event raises 16K for local hospice

Woodlands Hospice's annual John Parrott Golf Classic Event took place on 24th September, raising vital funds for the charity that cares for people with life-limiting illnesses and their loved ones.
Creating comfort in lockdown

Creating comfort in lockdown

Volunteer, Sheila Pinnington, used her sewing skills to create quilts for our Patients and Family Services Team to gift to patients during the pandemic.