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.

Video calling clinic

In these difficult times we may not be able to see you face to face. You may be asked if you would like to speak to staff from the hospice online via a video call.


Author: mari alcorn

Visiting the Hospice - COVID-19 restrictions

Updated 25th September 2020.


Author: Claire Macdonald

Helping in your neighbourhood

Many people are keen to help others during this difficult time but don’t know what to do. A great way to start is in your own street.


Author: Claire Macdonald

Looking after yourself

The COVID-19 pandemic may generate feelings of anxiety and fear. It is important to look after yourself at this time.


Author: Claire Macdonald


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


  • Light Up A Life Candlelight Celebration

    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

  • Make a Will Month - October 2020

    We believe everyone should have a Will in place so we’ve teamed up with local solicitors and estate planners this October. They’ve kindly agreed to waive their fees throughout the month and instead write or update your Will in return for a donation to Strathcarron Hospice. Read more

  • Strathcarron Daycare Team

    Under ‘normal’ circumstances The Strathcarron Daycare Team would routinely welcome up to 100 patients per week. The people who would come into Daycare once a week all have a life limiting illness and this was an opportunity for them to meet up on a social level and also receive many different therapies to help manage their illness and have access to doctors and nurses. In addition, many people used the craft room with support from our Art Therapists. Read more

  • A new way of life

    Thank you to everyone who has supported Strathcarron Hospice during the past few very difficult months. Without exception, everyone has had to adapt quickly to a new way of life in some shape or form and your generosity at this time has helped enormously in keeping our core services available for people living with, and dying from, terminal illness. It has been absolutely necessary for the Hospice to adapt readily to new ways of working. Read more