Sign up today for our fifth annual 10K, January 2018!
Ways you can help
Christmas is a touching and thoughtful time and we are inviting you to make a dedication for family or friends who cannot be with us at this time of year.
Win Cash for Christmas - our Christmas Raffle will be drawn on Friday 8th December
Enjoy the sounds of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons led by West End Star Michael Watson and his sensational tribute band, 'The Jersey Rollers'. Plus songs from Britain's Got Talent singer Sue Moretta.
Begin the festive season at East Lancashire Hospice's Christmas Fayre held at Oswaldtwistle Civic Arts Centre & Theatre on Saturday 11 November!
Sign up to the Accrington 10k and raise money for East Lancashire Hospice!
Why not take advantage of East Lancashire Hospice Will Week, when our supporting solicitors have generously agreed to waive their normal fee to write a standard Will in return for making a donation to East Lancashire Hospice.
The one night only variety spectacular is a show not to be missed!
Four sisters are hoping to sell more Santa lollies, Rudolph treats and edible Christmas trees than ever before - to raise money for East Lancashire Hospice in memory of their mum.
Two local companies are on Santa's 'good' list after they agreed to sponsor this year's East Lancashire Hospice Christmas fayre.
Linda Wykes and her family didn’t know what to say when they heard her cancer was terminal.
East Lancashire Hospice, a charity close to the hearts of East Lancashire residents was crowned 2BR's Charity of the Year
“When you're diagnosed with cancer, you think life ends. For me, it meant I started a new one.”
Billy the pony and Daisy the duck turned a few heads when they came to visit their owner Julie Walton in hospice.
“Unless you’ve heard the words ‘you have cancer’ you can’t understand how it feels.
For Barbara and Alan Bibby, the hospice’s CNS nurses and Hospice at Home services were invaluable.
Mum-of-two Jakki Stone was a fighter to the end when battling terminal cancer.
Devoted husband Tim Phelps pledged to raised money for the hospice, where his wife Nicola Jayne was cared for in her final months.
A father of two and his group of friends have completed the gruelling three peaks challenge in memory of his mum.
A group of eight friends braved the heady heights of Ben Nevis to raise funds for East Lancashire Hospice in memory of their friend’s father.