CARING FOR PEOPLE SINCE 1984
North London Hospice is a registered charity and has been caring for local people since 1984. We help those with a potentially life-limiting illness who have specialist needs. Care is provided to help them physically, emotionally and spiritually.
We try to help our patients live life to the full despite their illness. We treat people as individuals and respect their personal beliefs, lifestyle and culture. The Hospice is multi-faith and welcomes patients from all faiths and communities.
Emotional and practical support is also offered to patients’ families, friends and carers. Our services are provided free of charge by specially trained multi-professional teams, which include doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, social workers, counsellors and chaplains.
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CancerLink give hospice £50,000 towards refurbishment

Barnet and District CancerLink based in Union Street, Barnet have donated £50,000 towards the inpatient unit refurbishment at North London Hospice. CancerLink is a non medical service for people who have been diagnosed with cancer. Run by a fantastic team … Continue reading

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North London Hospice unveils new garden

North London Hospice has officially opened its new garden, designed to be more accessible and welcoming for patients. The garden at North London Hospice, in Woodside Avenue, North Finchley, was unveiled to local dignitaries, staff, patients and supporters at a … Continue reading

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Donate decorations and spread the festive cheer

People of North London are being asked to share some goodwill this Christmas by donating decorations to bring extra seasonal sparkle to North London Hospice. The annual Access Self Storage Christmas appeal, which runs across the UK, is calling for local businesses … Continue reading

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Hospice trekkers complete their desert challenge

13 trekkers took to the sandy dunes of the Sahara to raise money for the Hospice. The intrepid travellers faced a four-day trek across fine sand dunes, dried-up river beds, rocky outcrops and wide gushing rivers in a bid to … Continue reading