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Shine Bright

Walk | Celebrate | Remember

Join us on Saturday 7th October at the beautiful Bluebell Vineyard to walk a 5k woodland trail in the stunning Sussex countryside, in memory and celebration of those special to you.

The trail will be lit up, with entertainers along the route, and refreshments available to enjoy this special night.

We’re all set for a magical evening and would love you to join us in support of St Peter & St James Hospice.

Take part in our 5K walk at Bluebell Vineyard:

  • Saturday 7th October 2023 at 6:00PM
  • Live Music
  • Entertainment
  • Stalls
  • Food and Refreshments
  • Free parking onsite

Register now and get ready to shine bright and light up the night in memory of your loved one.

Frequently Asked Questions 

Where can I park?

We have ample free parking and disabled parking spaces available on site. When you turn off North Common Road, you’ll find a long driveway, where the hospice is situated. There, you can turn right into the visitor car park.  

Is the Hospice accessible by public transport?

Unfortunately there are no direct public transport routes. We are close to Haywards Heath, Wivelsfield, Burgess Hill and Plumpton train stations and taxis are available.

Can children visit?

Yes children can visit if accompanied by an adult. 

Do all public areas of the Hospice have level access?

Our ward, patient lounge and Living Well Centre have level access with disability friendly toilet facilities located close to each area.

Can I stay with my friend / relative overnight?

When someone is close to dying we invite those closest to the patient to stay overnight if they would like to. We have a temporary bed available in the patient’s room so you can stay close. If you want to stay at other times then please discuss this with the nurse in charge.

What facilities are in the room?

In each patient room there is a fridge, TV, ensuite toilet and WiFi available.

Can pets visit?

Yes pets can visit as long as they are well behaved and not disruptive to other patients. Pets remain the responsibility of the visitor.

I am worried about visiting the hospice, how can I get more information?

If you have never visited a hospice before it is quite natural to feel concerned about visiting. You might find it helpful to speak to someone about any concerns you have before visiting.

Please feel free to contact our team via the contact us section on our website or phone our reception and a member of staff will be able to discuss any worries you may have.