About Us

Bury Hospice have a great team behind them to help promote the history and future of Bury Hospice. Find out about the team here.

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Our Fundraising

We rely on Fundraising from our excellent volunteers to help raise money for us. If you want to join us, find out how you can help fundraising.

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For Professionals

Find out all about our referrals and admissions process, as well as training resources. Our team are here to advise and assist you.

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Always here when you need us

Bury Hospice is here to offer care and support not only to people approaching the end of life – though that is a very important part of our service – but also to their families and friends.  We offer outstanding care, from in-patient to day care services, hospice at home and outpatient support, and we aim to help Bury people achieve the best possible quality of life at a time when this matters more than ever.

 

Latest News

Hospice celebrating ‘Good’ rating

Bury Hospice is celebrating a new era with a Care Quality Commission rating of ‘Good’. Inspectors came into the hospice in March and praised every aspect of the service and management– the service is Safe, it’s Effective, Caring, Responsive and it is Well-led. The ‘Good’ rating comes at a time when Bury Hospice has appointed Suzanne Carr to the full-time General Manager’s role…

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Wedding shop open!

The wedding season is here!  Bury Hospice has opened a wedding shop on Blackburn Street in Radcliffe with most of the dresses brand new. There are designer dresses including creations from Alfred Angelo, Mori Lee, Ronald Joyce and Justin Alexander with prices starting at £50 up to £700. Appointments are now being taken. Please contact…

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‘Brutal’ climbs in hospice fundraiser

Julian Ferrier will be cycling up and down some ‘brutal’ mountains as he raises money for Bury Hospice – continuing the fundraising he started more than 20 years ago. Julian is partner at Pearson Ferrier Estate Agents in Ramsbottom and first took part in the London Marathon for Bury Hospice in 1994. “I chose Bury…

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New shop is a hit

Two battlers celebrated the opening of Bury Hospice’s refurbished shop in Prestwich. Bury boxer Scott Quigg, a patron of Bury Hospice, officially opened the shop in Prestwich town centre as he builds up to his next big fight. And running the shop will be Bury Hospice’s very own battler Denise Jones-Payne who has fought cancer…

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