We offer several ways you can make a dedication, in exchange for a donation to the appeal. You may wish to do this in memory of someone special; or to have your name, business name, or group name displayed in support of the new hospice. You can read about the various options below.

Wall of Dedications

Raise or donate at least £1,000 for the new hospice and dedicate a line of text on an acrylic display wall in the building.

There is no defined deadline or specific activity; you can raise the money however you choose, at a pace to suit you. It could be one large event/donation, or a variety of smaller activities. We have some useful fundraising information and ideas here.

To register, please complete the form at the bottom of this page.

Once you have raised your target, you will be invited to dedicate a line of text on the wall. This could be your name, a message in memory of a loved one, your company name, community group name etc. There is a word limit of approximately 10 per line. Below is a mock up of what the display wall might look like.

Virtual Brick Wall

Priscilla Bacon Hospice virtual brick wall

We also have a virtual brick wall, where donations of £20.00, £100.00 or £200.00 allow you to name or dedicate a brick on this website. Click below to view the wall and buy a brick.

Virtual Brick Wall

Naming physical spaces in the hospice

If you are interested in naming a physical space within the building or grounds, please click below for more information.

Naming Opportunities

    Wall of Dedications registration form

    Please tell us a bit about what you intend to do to raise £1,000:

    We would like to stay in touch with you to let you know how your support makes a difference and other ways you can get involved. Please opt in below if you would like us to do this. You can withdraw or change your preferences at any time by contacting us.

    Please send me mail
    Please send me e-mail
    Phone calls are ok
    Please send SMS (text)

    We will never sell your data and we promise to keep your details safe and secure
    See Our Privacy Policy

    “What is the use of living, if it be not to strive for noble causes and to make this muddled world a better place for those who will live in it after we are gone?”

    Winston Churchill