Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

Gin-gle & Jammies Goes Virtual


It’s going to be a Christmas cracker of a night

With office parties cancelled and mistletoe off the menu this festive season, The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice is aiming to bring some fun-filled Christmas cheer direct into people’s homes.

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Beauty salon with a conscience


Glasgow’s award-wining beauty salon with a difference is due to re-open its doors to its loyal customers on Tuesday 13 October.

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Hospice issues appeal for storage solution


Following a hugely successful drive-thru for donations, The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice is asking local businesses and communities if they can once again help the hospice.

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Hospice shops return to the high streets


August will see the reopening of Glasgow’s Hospice retail shops.

From Monday 3 August, four retail shops will reopen their doors at 10am to their loyal customers. The shops opening are Rutherglen, Shettleston, Govan and Thornliebank.

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Disruptive dentist raises thousands for Glasgow’s Hospice


When coronavirus hit, Scotland’s own ‘disruptive dentist’, practioner and trainer, Clive Schmulian decided to put his knowledge online and managed to raise more than £31,000 for The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice in the process.

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Hospice goes virtual to support patients during COVID-19 crisis


The clinical team at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice has gone virtual in order to provide care and support to some of its patients.

While the inpatient unit is still fully operational caring for patients with life-limiting illnesses and those at the end of their lives, community and day services patients have not been able to visit the hospice throughout the lockdown period.

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Charities join forces during COVID-19 crisis


The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice along with The Salvation Army in Glasgow and Govan Rotary Club have joined forces to help feed families who are going without food during the COVID-19 crisis.

The Chief Executive of The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice was alerted to the plight of local families in Glasgow who had insufficient food due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak by Govan Rotary Club.

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Gin & Jammies at home - goes virtual


Charity goes virtual during COVID-19 crisis

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Coronavirus (COVID-19), Statement by Rhona Baillie, Chief Executive

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Gorbals shop to launch with a high-end twist


The new Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice shop in the Gorbals is planning on marking its official opening on Saturday 21 March with a designer extravaganza.

Since issuing the call in February for people to donate their pre-loved designer and high-end clothes, shoes, bags and ornaments, more than 250 items have been handed in.

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