A New Home for Glasgow's Hospice
The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice has developed and grown beyond recognition from its early beginnings in 1983 when it occupied just one Georgian townhouse in Carlton Place, Glasgow. Today it occupies four adjacent townhouses which have been developed to create one building.
Every year we care for over 1,200 patients and their families and the total focus of Hospice staff is to give the highest quality of care to everyone who needs our help.
However, due to the constraints of our present facility, which have been developed as far as possible, we are being hampered in our ability to grow and develop. We therefore unveiled our plans to build a brand new Hospice for the people of Glasgow, which will enhance our current services and also allow us to lower our age limit to those aged 15 and above.
Our Brick by Brick Appeal will raise the remaining £15 million needed for this 21st century Hospice but we will only be able to do this with your support.
To find out how you can help, please click here.
Darius Campbell, Karen Dunbar, Carol Smillie, Tallia Storm, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Les Sirènes, Gymtasia Evolution and The Dance School of Scotland are just some of the other performers joining us.
We now have full approval from Glasgow City Council to build the new Hospice at Bellahouston Park once we've raised the funds.
Rangers CEO Charles Green announces support of the Brick by Brick Appeal.
Have a Bash
Why not host your own 'Bash for the Build'? It could be anything from a talent show to a black-tie ball!