Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

Our ethos

How The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice gives exceptional care...

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Young people

Glasgow's new hospice will be looking after young people for the first time...

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The journey

Find out all about the exciting journey we have begun...

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The design

Discover the design for our new home in Bellahouston Park...

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The team

Meet the companies building the new hospice for our city...

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Our supporters

A big huge hospice thank you to our star supporters...

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Patient experience

The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice is building Glasgow's...

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Buy a Brick

Buy a Brick and let's finish Glasgow's Hospice together...

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Latest News

Balfour Beatty announced as contractor to build new home for Glasgow’s Hospice

As the first JCB arrived on site at Bellahouston Park, The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice chief executive Rhona Baillie announced that Balfour Beatty is the contractor for work to build a new home for Glasgow’s Hospice.

This marks the start of a two-year project to build a state-of-the-art hospice on land gifted by Glasgow City Council that will see patients move to the new hospice in 2018.

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Twiggy the hospice therapet

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We’re moving..

The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice has been proudly looking after the people of Glasgow at our current home in Carlton Place, on the banks of the River Clyde, for 30 years.

Sadly we have outgrown the building and are now ready for a new setting; a new home.

For us to be able to continue to care for our patients, carers, families and friends, we have started out on an ambitious project to build a state-of-the-art hospice in Bellahouston Park, ready for our arrival in 2018.




We continue to fundraise to this end so that we can reach our target of £21 million for the new build.

Without your continued help and support we could not have taken on such an important project, that will not only enable us to continue giving the best care to adults, but will also enable us to look after young people at the hospice for the first time.

So thank you for your help and continued support, making Glasgow’s New Hospice, a building and environment worthy of the people of this great city.

Here's our journey so far..