Light Up a Life
Light up a Life is an opportunity to dedicate a light in memory of someone you love while making a difference to Barnsley Hospice. Your light will shine brightly on trees at the hospice and St Mary’s Church, and you can celebrate the lives you are remembering at one of our services.Find out more
National Grief Awareness Week 2023
This year’s National Grief Awareness Week takes place between 2 to 8 December, and we support The Good Grief Trust’s aim to promote a […]
Wayne takes on sponsored cycle ride to the ‘bottom of the world’ in support of the hospice
In December, Wayne Exley will embark on a three-month sponsored cycle ride to the ‘bottom of the world’ to raise £1,000 for Barnsley Hospice. […]
Meet the Team: Becky
This year’s Hospice Care Week is focusing on the staff and volunteers who make hospice care what it is. To celebrate this, we’ve spoken […]
We are a charity providing specialist palliative and end of life care for local people living with a life-limiting illness, and those close to them. These conditions include cancer, heart and lung diseases and neurological diseases such as motor neurone disease and Parkinson’s disease.Our services
Book your Christmas Tree collection today and start the New Year stress free! With the support of local businesses, every year we collect hundreds of trees from around the Barnsley area. Our friends at S. Thompson Tree Services then chip the trees and mix the chippings with soils to use for horticultural services. So, your tree goes back into helping the planet as well as the hospice. We kindly ask for a minimum donation of £12 per tree, which helps us to raise vital funds for our services. Collections will take place on Sunday 7 January 2024.Book your collection
Volunteer for us
Every volunteer who gives their time and skills to support us plays a vital role in keeping our running costs down.
Visit the hospice
Information about visiting a loved one at the hospice.
Join in our events and fundraisers to support the hospice.
We are a charity and rely on the support of the community to fund the care and support for the people using our services.