Your gift helps Herriot care for even more people living with terminal illness and bereavement.


could help our HOME service respond to increased demand from our community, who wish to remain in the safety and comfort of their own home at the end of their lives.


could help provide one-to-one, telephone-based support for a family experiencing grief with one of our bereavement support specialists.


could help provide a comprehensive package of resources to support children or young people with their emotional wellbeing or bereavement.


All gifts help us continue to offer vital hospice care, bereavement and emotional wellbeing support. Choose your gift and help us make a difference today.

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Herriot Hospice@The Lambert: Our new local hospice

Together we can open doors to our first ever hospice building this year

Too many people in our communities still don’t have the choice and control they deserve when it comes to where they spend their final days. They still face long and uncomfortable journeys to access care, and many people are still not where they want to be when they die.

Herriot Hospice@The Lambert will transform the former Lambert Memorial Hospital, Thirsk, to offer inpatient care, emotional wellbeing and bereavement support and a community hub for people in Thirsk, Northallerton, Stokesley, Richmond and across our communities of Hambleton & Richmondshire.
Find out more about the fascinating and rich history of the Lambert, and how we're continuing this very special story to bring care closer to home for our community.

Explore your new local hospice

How we help

Find out how we help people living with terminal illness and bereavement, and how you, a friend or loved one, can access support

Hear to Help (01423) 856 799

Our Hear to Help community helpline offers support to anyone in the Harrogate district experiencing anxiety around the impact of the pandemic.