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.

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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New Quid on the Block

On the 28th March there will be a new pound coin issued by the Royal Mint. Your old round pound will be in circulation alongside the new coin until it ceases to be legal tender on October 15th 2017. Why not Collect Your Old Pound Coins for Strathcarron.

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Author: marion blaney

Big Tea Party

This April, celebrate Strathcarron's birthday and get your friends/family or colleagues together for your very own tea party.

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Author: Claire Macdonald

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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  • New Cumbernauld Shop

    Our latest new charity shop has just opened in Cumbernauld. Located in the town centre in Teviot Walk, this is our largest ever shop and we have a much wider range of products on sale. Read more

  • Re-Tek Gift iPads to Patients

    East Kilbride IT company Re-Tek make generous donation of three iPads for the use of our patients and families, giving patients so much more than a window to the outside world. "Three little iPads equal choices, empowerment and a voice for those who might otherwise feel silenced." Read more

  • An Audience with Professor Stanley Rockson

    We are very exited to announce a unique opportunity for an evening with a world renowned Lymphatic Specialist from the USA, at Strathcarron Hospice. Read more

  • Snowdrops for Strathcarron

    In a peaceful spot within the grounds of the Hospice lies a Snowdrop Garden that is accessible to all patients, visitors and staff. Snowdrop bulbs are planted in memory or celebration of a loved one and they flourish in the spring of each year, symbolising renewal and the new season ahead. Read more