About Us

Lindsey Lodge Hospice provides care for adults with life limiting illnesses and aims to provide specialist palliative care for day and inpatients to the highest standard, consisting of symptom management, emotional support and end of life care.

We provide a wide range of services including symptom management, physiotherapy and a lymphoedema service, as well as complimentary therapy, nursing and practical care, emergency care, end of life care along with bereavement and family support services.

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Who We Are

We are an independent charity. Our care is free of charge to patients and their families but not free to provide. As a charity we rely heavily on the generosity of local people and organisations to raise just over £3.7 million each year to run Lindsey Lodge Hospice.
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Our Mission

We will ensure income generated from the local area is focussed on our priorities of providing a safe and welcoming environment along with offering physical, emotional, social and spiritual support to patients, their families and carers.
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Our Team

Meet our Exectutive Team who provide management, leadership and support in the day to day running of Lindsey Lodge Hospice and Healthcare.
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Our Trustees

Lindsey Lodge is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee.  It is governed by a Board of Trustees of who are collectively responsible for ensuring that Lindsey Lodge is governed well and meets its objects as set out in the Memorandum and Articles of Association. 
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Work With Us

Check out our current vacancies for paid employment at Lindsey Lodge.
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Volunteer With Us

We couldn’t do what we do without the support of our incredible volunteers. Did you know that 30 hours of volunteered time saves over £300 in staff costs every year? Could you pledge to volunteer 30 hours throughout the year?
We have a number of volunteering opportunities available, perfect if you’re looking for new experiences or to gain new skills.
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Our History

With the support of a dedicated group of sponsors, fundraising for Lindsey Lodge Hospice began in 1987, there then followed five full years of planning, securing the land, then the building work ready for the official opening of our Day Care Unit by the Duchess of Norfolk in 1992. 
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Working towards a greener future

“Lindsey Lodge Hospice is committed to minimising the environmental impact of our work through a series of initiatives, investments and pledges”


Our multi-layered approach will embed a series of organisational changes, complying with all relevant environmental legislation and striving to better all practices to minimise waste, energy and our carbon footprint. 

Whilst achieving the organisations service objectives and ensuring patient care and quality is not adversely impacted. 

We will pledge to a collective responsibility amongst staff, volunteers and trustees that each action has considered the environmental impact and wherever possible minimised this impact supporting our strategic objective. 

Short, Medium and Long term green targets with KPI's 

Short - Within year one (2024) we will have successfully benchmarked our impact on the environment and where ever possible made simple adjustments to our practices and cultures to ensure change has been implemented. Supported by policy, staff engagement and training encouraging all to pledge a commitment to helping Lindsey Lodge achieve our goals. 
We will have a pipeline of actions aimed at lessening our carbon footprint, increasing our use of renewable energy whilst reducing our overall energy usage, minimising our waste to landfill and increasing biodiversity. 
Medium - Within 3 years we will have significantly reduced our impact on the environment through cultural changes and progress into redevelopment of our site, investing into energy saving measures and environmental initiatives. 
Long - by 2030 we will have achieved net zero and have a registered certification mark recognising our organisation has neutralised its impact by reducing emissions in line with the relevant national standards. 
We will be using wherever possible renewable energy to power our organisation and will have significantly minimised our waste to landfill, with a waste "flow" embedded ensuring all waste that can, will be recycled. 

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