Nightingale House Hospice

Inpatient Unit Appeal

"Our facilities need upgrading both for the comfort of the patient and to allow us to care for them in a more up-to-date clinical environment. The plans include additional relative rooms to allow patients loved ones to stay with them."
raised of £860,000 target
by 96 supporters
RCN 1035600


Over the last 25-30 years the hospice movement has steadily evolved from ward style Inpatient Units (usually based in hospitals) to purpose-built hospices with multi-bedded rooms. However, the hospice now needs a more significant change to meet current best practice and the needs of the community.

The total cost of the project will be £2.36m, of which we have a fundraising target of £860,000 and we aim to complete by Christmas 2023!

Any donations towards the project will be hugely appreciated by the Nightingale House team and most importantly, the families we care for.

The project involves a complete transformation of the Inpatient Unit and the patients and their families are at the heart of the project. Whilst we are building within the existing footprint, everything but the external walls and roof will change, a major reconfiguration of the ward, including replacing the current conservatory with an additional patient room. This will create 12 individual patient rooms instead of our existing 10 patient rooms.

The care we provide for future families will be greatly enhanced by the Phase 4 plans.

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About the charity

Nightingale House offers a wide range of facilities to local people and their families living with life-limiting illness. Patients come from Wrexham, Flintshire, Denbighshire and outlying areas. In 2024 it will cost £4,900,513 million to run the Hospice - this equates to nearly £13,389 per day.

Donation summary

Total raised
+ £1,267.51 Gift Aid
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