We believe that people should not only die well, but live well and so we support patients and their loved ones to make every moment count.

30th Anniversary Strathcarron 10K Race

Join us for the 30th Anniversary Strathcarron 10K Race at Stirling University. For under 15's we have a Young Runners 2.5K Fun Run so all the family can get involved !

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Tickets: From £5.00

Author: Coleena Brodie

Location: Stirling University,, Stirling

Go Yellow

Go Yellow for Strathcarron on Friday 2nd June and support your local hospice.

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Author: Claire Macdonald

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Hospice @ Home

We know that most people in their final days of life would choose to die peacefully and with dignity in their own home, among those who are important to them.

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Community CNS Team

Most people prefer to stay at home if at all possible and the Strathcarron Hospice Community teams will do everything they can to enable you to achieve this.

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