Your local hospice

St Barnabas Hospice is a local independent charity and every year we support more than 10,500 people across Lincolnshire affected by a life-limiting or terminal illness.

We deliver free, high quality, compassionate end-of-life care and support to patients, their families and carers. We aim to enable them to live as fully as they are able for however many days, weeks, or months they have left.

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Supporting over 10,500 people every year across Lincolnshire.

Compasionate care for every person

Many patients who come to St Barnabas for care have complex conditions, which need specialist, round–the-clock care.

Many people wish to be cared for in their own home where they feel safe and comfortable, and can spend precious time with their loved ones.

St Barnabas is there for its patients, but is also a vital source of support and comfort to family members and loved ones at the most difficult of times.

Boston Wellbeing Hub Appeal

£0 £234,250

Novak House will give the people of South Lincolnshire a safe and welcoming space where they can receive the best support and care from specialists. We must raise around £234,250 to complete this vital project. Please make a donation if you are able to.


The figure is inclusive of individual donations, corporate donations and grants. A generous Charitable Trust has agreed to match fund individual and corporate donations up to the value of £100,000.



This weeks Lottery (Friday 21st January 2022):


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Next week £6,000


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Join our Lottery

Our weekly lottery is a fun and powerful way to support families across Lincolnshire. Join today and you will soon be providing improved care and support with the chance of winning great cash prizes.

Entry is only £1 a week, and every Friday a total of £2,000 is won by 44 lucky St Barnabas lottery members, with a top prize of £1,000. An additional prize of £500 is available each week in our ROLLOVER game which can accumulate until a guaranteed winner scoops an amazing £7,000.

Join today

Latest News

“The St Barnabas team made sure our house still felt like a home, even though he was so poorly.”

27th January 2022

Stevie French and her mum, Nikki, have said a huge thank you to St Barnabas Hospice for the care and support they gave the whole family when Stevie’s dad, Andy, was diagnosed with sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) in May 2017. CJD is a rare terminal condition which causes brain damage that worsens rapidly over time....
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Monday 21st February

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