The purpose of a hospice is to improve the quality of life for its patients. This is achieved by the provision of specialist medical and nursing care and the provision of social, emotional and spiritual support for patients and their family and carers.
Care is given free of charge to those who need it.
2014 Hospice Events
Online registration now open for Girls Night Out , Pennine 10K and the Pendle Pub Walk - click the appropriate link below:
If you experience any problems with online registrations, please telephone the fundraising office on 01282 440120 and we will be happy to take your registration over the phone.
Girls Night Out - Friday 11th July 2014
LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
Thank you to the generous customers of Marks and Spencer, Burnley, who donated over £16,000 in the run up to Christmas in return for having their bags packed by our volunteers. Around 200 of our volunteers gave up their time to help raise this fantastic amount and we are very grateful to them and to M&S for inviting us in store.
Pendleside Hospice would like to reassure its fundraisers and donors that we are not registered with Charity Giving, which is currently being investigated by the Charity Commission. If you have made an online donation to Pendleside Hospice either through our website or through a fundraising page you have been asked by a friend, relative or colleague to support, you can be reassured that your donation will be going towards caring for our patients in your community. If you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact the fundraising department on 01282 440120.
Draw Date Friday 7th March 2014
The winner of the £1000 is Mr Eddie Heap of Earby
The winner of the £250 is Mr Wilfrid Price of Burnley
The winner of the £100 is Mrs Ann Tomlinson of Burnley