How we help

St Catherine’s cares for patients and families across Chorley, Preston and South Ribble who are affected by life-shortening conditions like cancer, motor neurone disease and heart failure.

Our specialised care is here to help people enjoy the best possible quality of life, to the end of life. We work with patients and their loved ones at the hospice and in their own homes to help them achieve what is important to them in the time they have.

We work creatively and collaboratively with other organisations, businesses, charities and local people to meet the needs of patients and their loved ones.

Our values are caring, compassionate and committed.

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Upcoming events

From sponsored challenges and fundraising events, to training courses and support sessions, St Catherine’s is proud to host a varied events calendar featuring something for everyone.

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Latest news from St Catherine’s

Blog

10 Jul 2024

Day In The Life: Medical Secretaries team

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Patient Stories

03 Jun 2024

Family to honour Neil with a Yellow Ribbon Dedication and the Moonlight & Memories Walk

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Hospice News

14 Feb 2024

Introducing our new Director of Nursing, Governance & Allied Health Professionals

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Hospice News

14 Feb 2024

A reflection of a 20-year career at St Catherine’s Hospice

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Blog

11 Jan 2024

CRAIG’S BLOG: The last leg

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Patient Stories

22 Dec 2023

Revisiting the Lake District through virtual reality at St Catherine’s Hospice

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Blog

22 Dec 2023

CRAIG’S BLOG: Welcome home Cuerden Valley Parkrun, and the most asked question!

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