At Saint Catherine’s we are doing everything we can to keep our patients, families, staff , volunteers and supporters safe at this difficult time.
Our key clinical services are still running, which means that patients are still being cared for in the hospice and at home.
However, in line with Government guidance and with safety paramount, we have taken the decision to reduce some face-to-face services and restrict visitors on site.
Every decision being made is in the best interests of our patients, families, volunteers and staff.
We need your continued support and help more than ever as we continue to pay and support all our members of staff – we appreciate every donation, every message and every offer of support.

For current Government advice and help available for the extremely vulnerable, please go to

Welcome to Saint Catherine’s

We are committed to providing the best possible care and quality of life for those with life limiting illnesses. 


Our care is provided both in the hospice and out in the community through our Hospice at Home team, so we can offer care tailored to the needs and wishes of our patients, their carers and their loved ones.


Saint Catherine’s is a Scarborough-based hospice but we provide care throughout 1,600 square miles of North and East Yorkshire. All of our services are provided free of charge, meaning that we rely on fundraising to help us reach the £5.5million a year it costs to care for our patients.  

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Our Virtual Reality Tour

Take a look around Saint Catherine’s Hospice by using our Virtual Reality tour! Don’t worry if you don’t have a Virtual Reality headset, it still works on regular display screens.


Edna set to celebrate 100th birthday!

A Saint Catherine’s volunteer – who may well be the oldest volunteer in the country – is retiring from the role as she celebrates her 100th birthday. Edna Bates, of Hunmanby, has volunteered at the hospice’s charity shop in Hunmanby for the past 21 years. She will...

Remembering loved ones via ‘virtual’ online service

Saint Catherine’s is asking people to join together in remembering loved ones by watching a special online Remembrance Service. Each year, the charity invites families and friends of loved ones who have passed away during the past 12 months to attend a service, which...

Daisy shows she cares by cutting her hair!

This is Daisy, who last week was absolutely amazing and cut 14 inches off her hair to donate to The Little Princess Trust and raise money for patient care at Saint Catherine’s  Daisy said: “I wanted to raise money so the lovely people who looked after...