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St Kentigern Hospice

About this Collection

Established in 1995, St. Kentigern Hospice is continually committed to meeting the needs of local people, with active, progressive or advanced illness. By providing palliative care we strive to promote the highest quality of life with continuing support for families and carers. Located in St Asaph, St Kentigern Hospice is a local charity providing care and support across the Vale of Clwyd and surrounding areas.

Supporting this Christmas tree collection in this area will mean that people and families in your community can access the vital care they need, when they need it the most.

The Christmas tree collection will be run in conjunction with Thorncliffe Building supplies, local Rotary clubs and Round Tables; Anwyl Construction, Wynne Construction and SPEnergy Network.

We are collecting trees from Friday 12 - Sunday 14 January 2018 in the following 




For queries or further information about the Christmas tree collection please call Lindsey Thomas on 01745 536022 or email


About the Hospice

Located in St Asaph, St Kentigern Hospice is a local charity providing care and support, free of charge, across the Vale of Clwyd and Surrounding areas. Taking in Colwyn Bay in the west along the coast to Northop in the East and inland encompassing Mold, Ruthin, Corwen, Denbigh and Llangernyw.

It costs more than £1.4 million to run the Hospice which equates to more than £3800 per day. Just 18% of this will come from the Local Health Board, it is only enough funding to support the Hospice for 68 days. The Hospice therefore greatly relies upon on the generosity of the communities it serves in North East Wales to raise the additional funding for the remaining 299 days of the year

£373 funds Day therapy for just a day

£43 funds a Healthcare Support Worker for an hour

£71 funds a Nurse for a day

£62 pays for daily medical supplies & medicines

£52 pays for a support session for a bereaved relative

£10 pays for an Art Therapy session

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