Your new Hospice Donate
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Project Information

Providing enough end of life care for people in our community.

We need your help

An illustration of an aerial view of the new hospice building

The new Hospice, will be larger and better equipped than the old Hospice it replaces, which was sadly no longer fit for purpose.


It will offer people across Surrey and Hampshire a range of Inpatient, Community and Outpatient facilities, in which they, their loved ones, neighbours and colleagues, shall be able to receive exceptional, specialist and tailored care.  

An illustration of a new bedroom in the hospice

In our new treatment rooms patients will be able to meet with our consultants and receive treatments from our specialist clinicians. Our new fully equipped exercise and rehabilitation suite will help people cope with their physical symptoms and our large new therapy suite will house group sessions and therapies, to help support mental health and improve wellbeing. From the new comfy counselling rooms, we shall provide specialist counselling to patients and local families, supporting them through their grief and bereavement. 

The new family room will provide a haven for the many young people and children that visit us, and our new café will be a social space for patients, carers and visitors alike.  


An illustration of the coffee shop in the new hospice

From the flagship Education Suite our palliative care experts will train local GP’s, care home staff and ambulances teams and our offices will be the base for our specialist community teams, who will support people to have the most dignified, peaceful and pain free deaths in their own homes. 

Last but by no means least, the new Hospice will house a specialist bedded unit for those with the most intensive medical and nursing needs, every spacious individual bedroom will open onto a private garden area, and there will be facilities for loved ones to stay overnight. 

The front of the new hospice as an illustration
An illustration of a private garden area outside the bedroom at the new hospice
An illustration of a group thearpy room at the new hospice
An illustration of the timeline to build the new hospice

Time Scales 

We are working at a pace to deliver this urgently needed facility as soon as possible. Having secured planning permission and having bade farewell to our old Hospice building in 2023, the main building works for the new Hospice commenced in Spring 2024. They shall be completed by the end of 2025, and the new Hospice shall open early in 2026.  

Whilst we are building the new Hospice, we continue to offer people in our community our full range of  services. These are being operated from a variety of locations in Surrey and Hampshire. 

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Help Needed to Fund the Project 

At a total cost of £17.5 million this project is a significant undertaking for the charity, for which we shall receive no government funding. Over the several years we have been planning for this project, we have painstakingly saved £11.5 million towards the build costs. We now urgently need the help of local people, trusts, companies and community groups to help us raise the additional £6 million needed to make it happen. 

We have to raise this £6 million in addition to the £9 million we have to raise every year, in order to continue our vital services. Please help. 

We need your help