Our Friends of Trinity Hospice work in groups across the Fylde coast. They are dedicated volunteers who are passionate about making a difference to local hospice care in their communities.

Some have been meeting and holding fundraising events right at the start of our hospice's history, doing all they could to build the lifeline we have become for local families.

Their generosity over many years has led to us being able to continuously adapt and evolve our care to meet the growing needs of our patients over the years, because hospice care in 1985 when we opened our doors is very different to hospice care today.

It is only thanks to the dedication of these wonderful people who have supported us so passionately over the years that we have been able to plan for the future with confidence, knowing that we are continuing to care for all those who need us wherever they are, whenever they call.

Not only that, their work in their communities is vital in helping to spread the word about our important charity and championing us as the charity to support across Blackpool and the Fylde coast.

We are here because of people like those in our Friends groups give their time so generously to fundraise for our care and support us in the hospice.

Our Friends have joined the herd

We are delighted that a number of our Friends of Trinity Hospice groups have joined together to raise the sponsorship for one of the sculptures on our Elmer's Big Parade Blackpool art trail which comes to town this spring.

As well as helping us to bring our area's first ever major public art trail - bringing tonnes of visitors and residents to town and raising vital funds for our dedicated children's hospice, Brian House - some will also be volunteering through the event in our trail HQ and shop and on the trail itself.

What an amazing group of people!

Friends Group