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Hospice Neighbours, St Nicholas Hospice Care

Coronavirus Support

St Nic's Next Door

St Nicholas Care's Hospice Neighbour Team is adapting to the current times and striving to find new ways to offer compassionate support to those in our communities living with dying, caring and grief, while ensuring social distancing.

Our volunteers may have paused their face-to-face visits, but they continue to offer kindness and practical support in inventive ways.

To compliment our volunteer Hospice Neighbours, we are now offering St Nic's Next Door.

They are a resourceful and well connected team, so if you need our help to support your neighbours, please do get in touch. 

You will receive support to link to local community resources.

By being neighbourly, by being St Nic's Next Door, you will help us reach those in our community living with dying, caring and grief.

If you would like to speak to us, please leave a message for Hospice Neighbours on: 01284 719638 and we will call you back.

All support is provided free of charge.

For matters requiring medical advice, please telephone St Nicholas Hospice Care on: 01284 766133 

General Details

Hospice Neighbours is a local volunteer project that provides valued companionship and practical support to people and their families with long-term and life-threatening illnesses.

Hospice Neighbours may be able to help by:

-Visiting for a cup of tea offering companionship and a listening ear

- Providing practical support

-Helping you to stay connected to your friends, family and the community

-Directing you to important support services which may help you.

Who to contact

Hospice Neighbour Team
Hospice Neigbours Coordinator
01284 719638
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Hardwick Lane
Bury St Edmunds
IP33 2QY

Where to go

Hospice Neighbours, St Nicholas Hospice Care
87 St Johns Street
Bury St Edmunds
IP33 1SQ
Area served
Haverhill, West Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds

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Age Groups

Families located all over the catchment area of West Suffolk and Thetford will be able to benefit from the service. Our volunteers have been trained and DBS checked. As a community based project, the Hospice will be working in partnership with organisations to help raise awareness and to benefit from each other's expertise. If you would like any further information, either from a volunteering perspective or because you would like to know how to request help from a Hospice Neighbour, please contact the Hospice Neighbours Coordinator on 01284 719638 or email hospice.neighbours@stnh.org.uk

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