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Helping you to live life to the fullest

The Living Well service aims to support you in leading a fulfilling life despite your illness.

If you have a life-limiting illness, then our Living Well service is open to you.

How to get involved:

The service accepts self-referral as well as referrals from any healthcare professional. It is free to attend and you need to be sufficiently independent to access the service.

Once have been referred, a member of our team will be in contact with you to discuss your individual needs.

Attendance is then on a weekly basis for as long or as short a time as you need. A light lunch is served from 12.30pm.


What we do:

The Living Well service is designed to help you adjust to and live well with a terminal illness by offering:

  • Workshops and information
  • Advice and activities
  • Complementary therapy
  • Access to Physiotherapy
  • Access to Occupational therapy
  • Peer support
  • Social and spiritual care


Within the Living Well service, you’ll have access to a range of workshops designed to help you make life a little easier.

Fatigue and Breathlessness

You may be suffering from fatigue and breathlessness and that can be difficult to deal with. Our workshop can help to alleviate your symptoms.

Complementary Therapies

Our range of complementary therapies help not only the body but the mind and soul. We’ll chat to you to find out what therapy suits you best.

Make a referral

Patients can be referred to the Hospice either by their GP, community nurse specialist, district nurse, hospital doctor or consultant.

I couldn’t have imagined when I was referred to the Living Well service the difference it would make to my life. They’ve helped with so many ‘every day’ things, I just can’t recommend it highly enough.