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Welcome to the Swaffham & Litcham Home Hospice web site

Please spend some time browsing our site and learn about
who we are and what we do.

Would you like to work for this charity and be part of such a worthwhile cause? We currently have
a vacancy for a Home Hospice Team Assistant.
click here for details

Swaffham & Litcham Home Hospice supports over 60 patients each month who live with life-limiting or terminal illnesses. The Home Hospice provides support and reassurance for patients and their families, working closely with partners in the NHS.

Services are free and available to patients in Swaffham & Litcham and the surrounding areas. This comprehensive service is provided by seven part time staff and over sixty volunteers, all of whom are regularly provided with high quality training to complement their existing skills. Services include Home Visits, a Day Care group, Bereavement and Carers’ Support, Help with Transport, an Art and Craft group, Equipment Loan, Headstart and complementary therapies such as Reflexology and Reiki.

Headstart Sharing Art & Craft Caring Listening

We already have a full programme of fundraising events for 2014, so please put these dates in your diary.
Click here  or on the event for details. 

Mid Norfolk Singers
St James the Great church, Castle Acre

£600 raised
Summer Fayre
12th July
Wayland Show
3rd Aug
Golf Charity Day
11th Sept
Fashion Show
15th Oct
Race Night

1st Nov
Tree of Lights
8th Dec
A Concert of Choirs
£1000 raised
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Coffee Morning
£208.71 raised
Woofs & Wellies Walk
£443.09 raised
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Handbell Concert
£83 raised
Open Garden
£121 raised
Swaffham Street Collection
£463 raised
Sacred Heart Fete
£86 raised

A big thank you to II (Army Cooperation) Squadron for raising £2500 from their charity event. click here for details.
Thank you also to those who run their own fundraising events. We really appreciate all the hard work and organisation involved. See our Thank You Certificates for 2013 here,and here for 2014
Papworth Butchers Swaffham Little Dunham Open Gardens Joy Button's whisky bottle full of coins.
What do you do with the odd pennies in your change? Pop them into the collecting box in Papworth's Butchers of course! Thank you to all customers who did this. Have a garden you are proud of? The people of Little Dunham certainly do.
Thank you to them for opening their gardens to the public.
What do you do with an empty whisky bottle?
You fill it up with coins of course!
Thank you to Joy Button for doing this.
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Thank you for looking at our website.  If you have any comments or queries please do not hesitate to contact us