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.


In The News
Big Fun Walk 2014

Walkers put their best foot forward for North London Hospice

Despite the cold and rain around 1,000 walkers joined forces on Sunday 6 April, to walk seven and a half miles across London in aid of North London Hospice. The Big Fun Walk, the Hospice’s biggest annual fundraiser attracted both … Continue reading

superman running marathon

Real-Life Superman to Conquer 288th Marathon

A real-life ‘Superman’ will be soaring through the streets of London in this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon as he looks to complete his 288th run. John Wallace, 58, from Enfield in North London, will be donning his trusty Superman … Continue reading

Joseph Attridge

North London Hospice Volunteer wins international award

Long-standing North London Hospice volunteer Joe Attridge has been awarded  Volunteer of the Year at the prestigious International Journal of Palliative Nursing Awards 2014, in collaboration with Macmillan Cancer Support. The awards, which celebrate achievement and excellence in the work … Continue reading


Arriva London raises essential funds for North London Hospice

Arriva London is always working hard to enhance its service to the communities it serves. Each year the company looks for ways to give back something to those communities and last year, in celebrating the Centenary of Tottenham garage, it … Continue reading