15 May 2017 A flash mob of neon dancers took over Drake Circus on Saturday to celebrate the countdown to St Luke’s annual Midnight Walk. The event was put on by St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth in collaboration with Street Factory, a Plymouth based not-for-profit organisation that helps to transform young lives through the elements of […]
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After a decade as a Trustee and seven years at the helm as Chairman at St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth, Stuart Elford will be stepping down in May and passing on the baton to Christina Quinn. It will be the end of an era for Stuart, who is Director of Operations and Development at GA Solicitors […]
More than 1,000 men descended on the streets of Plymouth on Saturday as they embarked on a lad’s day out like no other. The city’s annual Men’s Day Out, in aid of St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth, proved to be a day of epic proportions. The mass gathering of men took on the 12km route around […]
Hundreds of glowing jars are set to light up Plymouth Sound in April, as part of St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth’s beautiful Memory Jar display. The much loved local charity is giving those that have lost someone, the opportunity to own a glass memory jar and write their own handwritten message to a loved one, to […]
Care for people at the end of their lives is moving into a new era as St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth, Livewell Southwest and Marie Curie unite in partnership in piloting a new model for co-ordinating and delivering care to people living within Plymouth and West Devon. Under this new partnership arrangement, existing services run by […]
The incredible staff at St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth are bursting with pride this week as the government’s care regulator rated the service they give as outstanding, an accolade currently given to less than 3% of the organisations they inspect. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) looked at the work of St Luke’s for a week earlier […]
Home help for people living in Tavistock and Ivybridge just got a little brighter as St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth expands the operations of its domiciliary care agency. St Luke’s Care offers a range of both long and short term paid-for services to support people to continue to live in their own home, donating any profit […]
People in East Cornwall can now access a new 24-hour specialist nursing service as St Luke’s extends the work of its Crisis Team to help people in and around Looe, Liskeard, Saltash, Callington, Torpoint and Launceston from 15 August 2016. The innovative pilot initiative from the local hospice charity provides terminally ill patients a 72 […]
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