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 www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable

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Honouring Captain Sir Tom Moore with 100-mile walk

March 2nd 2021

Students at Springhead School in Scarborough have taken on a very special challenge inspired by their hero – Captain Sir Tom Moore.  Sixth form students at the school, which has pupils with a wide range of special educational needs and disabilities, are aiming to walk 100 miles before the Easter holidays by completing laps of […]



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Family set to walk 100 miles in March to raise funds

March 1st 2021

This is Katie Gibson and her family who will be walking 100 miles during March to raise funds for Saint Catherine’s. Katie said: “We sadly lost my auntie and my husband’s nana in 2016. Unfortunately both of our family members were in the hospice at the same time. We were made to feel like we […]



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Appeal launches for 2022 calendar photographs!

February 24th 2021

Would you like to see your photograph featured in the 2022 Saint Catherine’s calendar? An appeal has been launched to find 12 special images for the charity’s annual calendar, which is an ever-popular way of raising much-needed funds. The calendars are bought by thousands of supporters each year in the local area – with copies […]



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Saint Catherine’s launches Make a Will Week 2021

February 16th 2021

Did you know that around 60% of adults in the UK don’t have a will? If you’ve not yet made a will, you could get one drawn up and help Saint Catherine’s at the same time Make a Will Week 2021 is happening from March 29 to April 2 – and solicitors are already taking […]



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Saint Catherine’s volunteers help support vaccine effort

February 9th 2021

Volunteers from Saint Catherine’s will be helping to support a new vaccination centre in Scarborough. The centre at Scarborough Rugby Club will be offering vaccinations to patients from eight Scarborough and Filey GP practices. Patients will be invited to attend by their own surgery in due course. The centre was set up following collaboration between […]



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Saint Catherine’s launches Spring raffle 2021

February 8th 2021

Saint Catherine’s has launched a Spring cash raffle in aid of patient care – with a top prize of £2,500! The raffle will be drawn on Thursday March 25 and the prizes are as follows: First prize – £2,500 Second prize – £250 Third prize – 5 x £50 Richard Barwick, fundraising operations team leader, […]



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Scarborough runners take on 36-hour seafront challenge

February 4th 2021

A group of Scarborough runners will be taking on a huge 36-hour challenge to raise much-needed funds for patient care at Saint Catherine’s. Run Scarborough, a community running group, will be holding the fundraiser from 5am on Saturday February 20, through the day and night until 5pm on Sunday February 21. Participants will run in […]



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‘Stay home, help out’ this February for patient care

February 1st 2021

Saint Catherine’s has launched a campaign this February to show supporters how they can ‘Stay home, help out’ and make a real difference to patient care. The campaign aims to inspire and encourage anyone who would like to raise money for Saint Catherine’s, but isn’t sure where to start or how best to do it […]



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Walter, age six, set to walk 50 miles for Saint Catherine’s in memory of his dad

January 15th 2021

A kind-hearted youngster from Staxton, near Scarborough, is aiming to walk 50 miles during January in memory of his dad. Walter McNeil, age six, lost his dad Paul two years ago and after talking to his mum Juliet, they decided to raise money for Saint Catherine’s by taking on a walking challenge. Juliet explained: “We […]



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Santa Dash raises over £11,000 for patient care at Saint Catherine’s

January 13th 2021

Supporters of Saint Catherine’s have raised over £11,000 for patient care by taking part in the Santa Dash throughout December. In past years, the Santa Dash has been held as a group event, with hundreds of participants running or walking around Scarborough’s North Bay. But due to COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines, participants were asked to […]



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