About this Collection
In 2017 St Luke’s Christmas tree collection raised £25,000. £20,000 was used to support patient care. The additional £5,000 was donated to wonderful local charities like the JustHelping charity, Tarporley Cottage Hospital, The Petty Pool Charity, Northwich Round Table, Middlewich Round Table (both donating back to St Luke’s Hospice), Holmes Chapel Scouts, Sandbach Food Bank and The Wishing Well Charity.
The collection is co-ordinated by St Luke’s Hospice and the collections are carried out by our Hospice staff and volunteers, Sandbach Crosses Rotary, Tarporley Rotarians, Middlewich Round Table, Northwich Round Table, Melody Corporation staff, SPEnergy Networks staff and the chipping is supported by Ansa, Wright Marshall at Beeston Market, Minshull’s Nursery, Reaseheath College and The Petty Pool Charity
We are collecting trees between the 11-14 January 2018
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
For queries or further information about the Christmas tree collection please contact Jane Thompson on 01606 555688 or email Jane_thompson@stlukes-hospice.co.uk
PLEASE LOOK OUT FOR OUR E-MAIL TO CONFIRM THE EXPECTED COLLECTION DAY FOR YOUR AREA or follow us on Facebook. Whilst registering your tree, if you tick you are happy to hear from the hospice you will not be added to the general database but only the Christmas tree collection database. If you chose not to hear from us we will not be able to advise you of the day your tree will be collected but this information can be found on our website.
About the Hospice
St Luke’s is not just a building – it’s a group of staff, volunteers, and supporters who work together to provide exceptional end of life care to patients and support to their families.
We provide this care to people living in Mid and South Cheshire, and because we believe the end of life deserves as much beauty, care and respect as the beginning, everything we do is provided free of charge.
We offer a personalised approach to illness and care for patients around the clock, which means we have to raise over £3 million a year to do what we do. Our approach to care stretches beyond nursing and medication; it includes, counselling, family support, therapies to calm and relax, it incorporates specialist and high quality food and nutrition and often a fragrant bubble bath, a fluffy dressing gown perhaps with the odd glass of ‘something nice’ where appropriate. Nothing we do is too much trouble and the patient and their family are the centre of our world.