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

Lymphoedema lymphoedema@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 246600   Lymphoedema and outpatients

01752 964450   Charity shops customer service / warehouse

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

St Luke’s at Brooklands
Units 3-5 Brooklands
Budshead Road
Crownhill
Plymouth  PL6 5XR

Retail and Fundraising Support
Unit C / E Huxley Close
Newnham Industrial Estate
Plympton
Plymouth PL7 4JN

Looking for our shops?

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Help us to keep our shops running smoothly

Are you accepting donations?  We are pleased to announce that we will be accepting charity shop donations from Wednesday 16 September! Due to the generosity of our caring community resulting in an overwhelming volume of donations,…
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BLOG: Keep calm and carry on: how our End of Life Urgent Care Service continues to rise to the challenge during the pandemic

When your vital work caring for terminally ill people already takes its toll on you emotionally, how do you cope when it is made so much more challenging by the pandemic and its impact on not only the families St Luke’s serves, but the welfare…
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BLOG: Meet our new Head of Finance

For most people, changing jobs and joining the staff of a new organisation can be a time of trepidation as well as excitement – but what is it like when your arrival and induction happen to coincide with a global pandemic?  Claire Fisher,…
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BLOG: COVID diary of a hospice Consultant

Written by Dr Jeff Stephenson, Consultant at St Luke's Hospice Plymouth I didn’t pay much attention to the news stories about Wuhan, and the Facebook posts from fellow Christians there asking for prayer. I probably said a few ‘arrow…
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Statement: Men’s Day Out and Midnight Walk cancelled

Following official safety advice relating to mass participation events during the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the city’s best-loved charities has announced the cancellation of two of its flagship fundraising events for this year. Check…
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Continuing our compassionate care for hospital patients

In May, at the height of the pandemic, Dr Doug Hooper, Consultant in Palliative Medicine in the St Luke’s team at Derriford, shared how it felt to be ‘in the eye of the storm’ at the hospital, with this specialist team extending their…
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BLOG: Reception experience inspires new Modbury manager

With just a month as Manager of our Modbury charity shop under her belt before lockdown forced the temporary closure of all St Luke’s stores, new recruit Nesha Clemens is finding that redeployment to the reception team at Turnchapel is…
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BLOG: Remembering a special daddy on Father’s Day

“It’s almost an over-used phrase these days, but I want my children to know it really is okay not to be okay. If they feel happy and want to have fun, that’s great, but if they feel sad or anxious they don’t have to pretend otherwise.” While…
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BLOG: All you need is love – first Father’s Day without Dad

His gentle humour, a shared visit to Stonehenge and The Beatles’ music are just three of the things that Suzy Bennett thinks about, remembering her much-loved dad Jim Tozer, who sadly died last October, aged 68. With today being the…