Make a Will for Strathcarron Hospice in October

Making a Will is something many of us overlook or don’t get round to organising. We lead busy lives and it can be difficult to find the time to sit down and think about our plans and wishes for the future. Read more

INEOS Cyclists Saddle up for Strathcarron

This year’s Tour de France Challenge encouraged a record number of INEOS employees to take to their saddles and to raise money for charities that mean so much to them with Strathcarron Hospice one of the beneficiary charities. Read more

How do I speak to my kids about the death of the Queen?

The event of Her Majesty The Queen's death and subsequent funeral can evoke many different emotions for people, and children are no exception. Read more

It’s ok not to feel ok.

Are you, like many people across the nation, feeling bereft over the past few days, maybe unable to explain the root of your sadness in words? Read more

Donald and Marie's Story

Many people in their final days of life prefer to be at home with those who are important to them, if at all possible. Our service aims to provide practical and emotional support at this crucial time in people's lives, to enable them to stay at home, right to the end. Read more

Snowdrop Cafés

Snowdrop cafes - a space for people of any age to meet and have a blether. Read more

Join the Strathcarron Lymph Notes Choir

Strathcarron Hospice hosts the only specialist lymphoedema clinic in Forth Valley. One of the common themes in discussions with lymphoedema and lipoedema patients is the lack of peer support. Many people have said that they do not know anyone else living with these conditions. Read more

[email protected] patients and their families.

Did you know that 85% of the people Strathcarron cares for are out with the Hospice building, as is their wish? Read more

Strathcarron Hospice relies on your financial support

Can you believe Strathcarron Hospice relies on the financial support, from people such as yourself, to so generously donate just under £5.5million a year? This enables us to care for your family members, friends, neighbours and colleagues at a critical time in their lives when they need us to support them. Read more

Strathcarron in the Daily Mail

Early palliative care is about getting the best quality of life. An important read in today's Daily Mail. Thank you to everyone involved, particulary Maureen, Iain and Liz for sharing your stories. Read more