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The Prince of Wales Hospice provides palliative care and support for patients with life-limiting 
illnesses and their families.

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Snowdonia Challenge

Snowdonia Challenge

Take on 100k for the hospice...
30 June 2017
Prostate Cancer Study Day

Prostate Cancer Study Day

The Prince of Wales Hospice are hosting a half day education session targeted at GPs, Hospital Doctors and Specialist Nurses.
08 July 2017
Forget me not bows

Forget me not bows

Join us to remember your loved one this summer.
14 July 2017
Trek Fest - The Peaks

Trek Fest - The Peaks

Being Britain’s first National Park, the Peak District is said to be one of the most beautiful and inspiring parts of the British Isles.
02 September 2017
Great North Run 2017

Great North Run 2017

Run the iconic half marathon for The Prince of Wales Hospice.
10 September 2017
Skydive September 2017

Skydive September 2017

Take the plunge for the Hospice from 15,000ft in this exhilarating challenge.
24 September 2017
It's a Knockout

It's a Knockout

Get together with your friends, family or colleagues for this fun, foam-filled event.
24 September 2017
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The Prince of Wales Hospice

The Prince of Wales Hospice cares for and supports patients with life-limiting illness and their families.
We offer round the clock care to nearly 1,000 people from the ‘Five Towns’ community each year. 
We don’t just treat patients with cancer. We care for patients with a wide range of life-limiting illnesses with the majority of our patients returning home after their symptoms have been managed.
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