Our Nursing care is totally free of charge for patients who either live in our defined geographical area, or who are registered with the General Practices we work with.
We are a local Charity founded in 1997 with the purpose of caring for patients with illnesses which do not respond to curative treatment and who wish to be nursed at home. Our Nursing Services are managed through a team of Registered General Nurses specialising in palliative care supported by Health Care Assistants. We care for the patient and their family, in their own homes throughout the period of their illness.
Our service covers Shipston, Wellesbourne, Kineton and the surrounding villages and is completely free of charge.
We depend on the ongoing generosity of our supporters and donors to ensure that this free community service, continues to provide high quality nursing care to families facing terminal illness, with the required expertise and support.
We are extremely grateful for the ongoing support we receive from the community we serve.
Posted by Debbie Foster, on May 27, 2020.
May is National Walking month One day we will be able to gather in groups and enjoy local walks once more. Our 20 Walks in Shipston Country book is perfect for exploring Shipston-on-Stour and the local villages, one of Warwickshire’s…
Posted by Debbie Foster, on May 26, 2020.
Yesterday would have been the Shipston Wool Fair, and with more people re-discovering knitting and crochet or learning a new skill for the first time, our woolly friends at Armscote Manor have Portland Wool for sale! For every 50g ball…
Dear Shipston Home Nurses,
I just wanted to say a huge thank you for everything you did for our lovely Mum during her final days at Low Furlong.
Mary-Rose, Sally-Anne, Caroline Hutchison & Carolyn were so fabulous. It was very re-assuring and comforting to have them close by.
Janet, Jonathan and Stephanie
Geoff, Marie and Tom
IN MEMORY OF ELIZABETH (BETTY) NEWTON
I and my Mum and my friends wanted to write you a little note to say a great big thank you of your help caring for Jane Jordan.
I don’t know what we would have done if I hadn’t got hold of you that Saturday morning, you came so quickly and treated Janey with the respect and dignity she deserved. we as a family will be forever grateful for your kindness, expertise and practical help you gave Jane.
She and my other sister Maureen were the nicest and most thoughtful of people who deserved better. I hope you know you are an asset to the nursing professions and will be forever in our hearts.
Thanks Helen and Hannah Duffy
IN MEMORY OF JANE JORDAN
Please find enclosed a small donation in memory of my brother Brian Mayne who died on Friday 9th June at his home in Hawthorn Road, Shipston
I was with Brian at the time of his death as was your lovely Nurse Lillian. I cannot convey how much her presence was appreciated. She was wonderfully caring towards my brother and after his passing she was incredibly kind in taking care of me as well. She guided me through what had to be done, helping me to make decisions.
I was and still am extremely grateful for her help. What would we do without the likes of Lillian and her colleagues!! Thank you so much
IN MEMORY OF BRIAN MAYNE
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