Contact us

General enquiries  info@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Fundraising enquiries  funadmin@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Events  events@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Corporate fundraising corporate@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

St Luke’s at home  community@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Urgent care team crisisteam@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Jobs / HR  recruitment@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Feedback / Suggestions  info@stlukes-hospice.org.uk    (download form here)

Lottery lottery@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Media  pressoffice@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Education  education@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Retail retail@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Recycling recycling@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Volunteer  volunteer@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

Data Protection Officer  dpo@stlukes-hospice.org.uk

*please do not send patient or sensitive information via the above email addresses.

01752 401172   St Luke’s at Turnchapel (General Enquiries)

01752 436744   St Luke’s at Derriford

01752 964200   St Luke’s at home

01752 964230  Urgent care team

01752 492626   Fundraising

01752 964414  Corporate fundraising

01752 964250   Education

01752 964450   Charity shops customer service

01752 964455   Charity shops large item collection

01752 964444   Lottery

St Luke’s at Turnchapel
St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth
Stamford Road
Turnchapel
Plymouth  PL9 9XA

St Luke’s at Derriford
Level 8
(outside Brent Ward)
Derriford Hospital
Plymouth  PL6 8DH

November 2020 – we’ve relocated!

St Luke’s medical and clinical teams who look after patients at home have relocated from their base at Brooklands in Crownhill to our specialist unit at Turnchapel. This brings them under the same roof as our team which looks after our most vulnerable patients, further enhancing our seamless care for terminally ill people in their last months, weeks and days of life.

Our Fundraising and Retail Admin teams, who were previously based in offices at our former base in Plympton, have also relocated to Turnchapel, bringing them closer to the outstanding care their work helps to support. Telephone numbers remain the same.

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We’re BACK!

We're delighted to bring you the exciting news that we’re planning for the return of Midnight Walk, Men's Day Out and Tour de Moor this autumn - and we cannot wait to see you! Of course, safety is always our top priority so the following…
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BLOG: Make a Will Month, 1 – 31 May

If the past turbulent year has taught us anything, it’s just how quickly life can change and the dramatic impact this can have on us and the people we hold dear. That’s why as well as reminding people about the importance of having a…
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BLOG: Reflecting on a 30-year journey in hospice care

A 30-year career spanning both clinical and non-clinical roles with St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth has given Paula Hine a unique perspective on the organisation and how it has evolved in order to survive in an increasingly tough climate. Reflecting…
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BLOG: Celebrating Captain Sir Tom’s achievements in a UK wide fundraising event

  Captain Tom 100 invites people all over the world to take on a challenge based around the number 100 to raise funds for charity. Following the outpouring of heartfelt messages since the death of Captain Sir Tom Moore on 2 February,…
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BLOG: Run in your old St Luke’s t-shirt!

We need you to run in your old St Luke's t-shirt! You runners do a fantastic job of keeping St Luke’s close to your hearts, and it makes us beam with pride when we see you clocking up the miles sporting our charity’s name across your…
Image of artist Brian Pollard holding a bright landscape painting. Text reads: Open Gardens, win this painting by Brian Pollard.
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PR: Horticultural havens set to open in support of local hospice care

  A local hospice charity is marking the return of one of its most popular annual fundraising events by inviting people to enter an online competition for the chance to win an original painting by internationally acclaimed, Plymouth-based…
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BLOG: Meet the Golden Girls living and laughing at Turnchapel

You’re never too old to make new best friends – as Margaret Davies, Ena Powell and Mollie Hodges can all testify! Strangers to each other when first admitted to our specialist unit in March, in a matter of days these lovely ladies…
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BLOG: Memories in Bloom – Remembering Scott

Losing a loved one is always really difficult. We understand how important it is for you to be able to remember your lost loved one, whether they were cared for by St Luke’s or not, and we realise more than ever that when someone special…
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BLOG: Enhancing end of life care for armed forces men and women

We are dedicated to looking after terminally ill people of all backgrounds, so we are piloting a scheme to enhance its end of life care for patients who have given service to their country in the armed forces. The End of Life Military…