Campden Home Nursing is an independent local charity based in Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, founded over 30 years ago. We provide a free Hospice Care at Home Service for those with a life limiting illness, and holistic support for their families and carers, including Bereavement Counselling Services.
Over the last few years the geographical area we cover has expanded. We now serve many more towns and villages across Gloucestershire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire. Presently, these include Pershore, Broadway, Evesham, Bredon, Moreton in Marsh, Bidford and Lower Quinton. Please see a map of the area in which we provide our services.
At our headquarters at Jecca’s House, Chipping Campden, we now also offer a Cancer and Serious Illness Support Service. This service provides psychological support through one to one appointments and support groups for people diagnosed with cancer or another life limiting illness.
At Jecca’s House our aim is to help these patients, and those closest to them, live well with an advanced or terminal illness, by guiding them on how to manage the impact of their illness, cope with changes, improve wellbeing and remain as independent as possible.
Our Hospice Care at Home Service is for patients who would like to stay at home, in familiar surroundings in the last weeks or days of their life.
We are here to support and comfort those with a cancer or serious illness diagnosis through treatment to remission, or through the progression of the illness.
We help those with an advanced or terminal illness, live well at Jecca’s House.
Free bereavement counselling for our patients, their families and friends. A monthly support group and Play Therapy for children, aged 3-11 years.
We are committed to providing high quality nursing care through our experienced and excellent nursing team. In short, we will be there for the bereaved at the time when we’re needed most. We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The Care Quality Commission inspects health and adult social care services in England to make sure that they provide safe, high-quality care. If a service needs to improve, CQC will take action to make sure this happens.
We greatly appreciate every penny we receive here at Campden Home Nursing. Making a donation will help ensure that we can keep our services free of charge for our patients and their loved ones. This could be a one off donation or a regular gift. Finally, thank you so much for your support.
We’d love you to get involved…
The stunning Shepherds Close garden will be open to the public with thanks to owner, Rita Down, in memory of her beloved husband, Roger.
Save the date for this exciting Charity Fundraising Concert with kind appearance by international opera singer, Neil Latcham.
Visit our Fundraising Hub where you can create your own fundraising page and your family and friends can donate to your event or challenge.
Every day we are working to expand our services and reach more people in need of nursing care.
We would like to keep in touch so we can update you on all we are doing in and around Chipping Campden. This communication will include information about how you can get involved if you feel you’d like to support us, including volunteering and fundraising opportunities, and general information about the charity and our services.Stay In Touch