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.

Visiting the Hospice - COVID-19 restrictions

Updated 25th September 2020.


Author: Claire Macdonald

Strathcarron Santa Dash 2020

We are looking to recruit 129 of Santa's finest helpers to take part in our first virtual Santa Dash.




Author: Marion Blaney

Location: Online

Stand with Strathcarron

For many people, life may seem like it's returning to some normality. Sadly, for us and the people we support, there is no returning to normal. Local people are still living with, and dying from, terminal illness. We urgently need your support. Will you help us?


Author: Yoann Van Nuwenborg

Target amount: £500,000.00

Amount raised: £400,174.95


In Touch Autumn 2020

Welcome to our Autumn 2020 In Touch Newsletter. We hope you enjoy reading our latest news and stories of our activities both within the Hospice and out in the local community.


Author: Marion Blaney


Every year, we provide specialist care, love and support to 1,400 people living with, and dying from, a terminal illness


We have over 900 volunteers. Without them the Hospice could not continue to provide such a high quality of patient care


We need to raise £12,900 a day to keep our services running


  • Memories of Loved Ones

    It's fair to say that during this year most, if not all of us, has experienced grief in some way or another. Read more

  • Light Up A Life Candlelight Celebration 2020

    Please join us for a virtual memorial service to celebrate the lives of those we love led by Hospice Chaplain, Stuart. Tuesday 1st December 2020 at 7.00pm. Read more

  • Strathcarron Daycare Unit

    Under normal circumstances the Strathcarron Hospice Daycare unit is a hive of activity with around twenty different people visiting every day of the week. Read more

  • Remembering Absent Family and Friends

    To Absent Friends Festival takes place yearly and we are currently half way through this week. It's a people's festival of storytelling and remembrance because 'dead ordinary people live on in the memories and stories we share'. Read more