About us

Since 1980, Prospect Hospice has provided the only dedicated end-of-life care service for people living across north east Wiltshire including Swindon, Marlborough and Royal Wootton Bassett as well as Fairford and Lechlade in Gloucestershire. We bring care, comfort and confidence, around the clock, every day of the year.

At Prospect Hospice, we provide excellent, personalised and compassionate care for everyone in our community who is affected by a life-limiting illness. We work in close partnership with other organisations – and specifically with local health and social care professionals – to ensure that anyone can access the best possible care whenever and wherever they need it, and we do so completely free of charge.

Prospect Hospice provides a broad range of services to thousands of patients, carers and family members every year. Our team of nurses, doctors and therapists support patients at the hospice in Wroughton, in their own homes and care homes. Carers and family members can also access a range of free support services.

Through our outreach work – talking to businesses, schools, GP surgeries and community groups – we raise awareness about life-limiting illness and end-of-life care, and encourage conversations about death and dying. We aim to break down barriers that might stop people from accessing our services.

Prospect Hospice is a charity, funded primarily by our local community. Each year it costs several million pounds to provide the care that our patients and their families depend on. Only a quarter of our funding comes from statutory organisations like the NHS – the rest we raise ourselves. If you’d like to help, please read about the many ways in which you can support us here.

Care Quality Commission

Click below to read the latest CQC report which rated Prospect Hospice as Outstanding.

CQC report

Our vision

Excellent, personalised and compassionate care for everyone affected by a life-limiting illness. In 2021 Prospect Hospice cared for and supported 1,928 patients and 504 carers and family members, through a broad range of services developed to bring care, comfort and confidence at life’s most difficult time.

Our values and behaviours

At Prospect Hospice, our staff have worked hard to define a set of values and behaviours that shape the way we all work, regardless of individual roles.

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Important documents

Quality Account 2021/2022

Prospect Hospice Limited Report and Audited Financial Statements 31 March 2021

Prospect Hospice Strategic Plan 2017-2022

Our latest newsletter

Catch up on our latest news and see how we spend your valued donations in our latest newsletter.

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Our executive team

Our trustees

Our President and Patrons