Pilgrims has three hospices in Canterbury, Thanet and Ashford; achieving founder Ann Robertson’s original aim of hospice care being available within 30 minutes drive of everyone in east Kent.
Pilgrims Hospice, Canterbury is our founding hospice and was opened in June 1982 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. Refurbished in 2003, it has an in-patient unit of 16 beds and provision for approximately 20 day hospice patients per day, open 2 days a week. The hospice, which is situated on London Road off the Rheims Way, stands within its own beautiful grounds, set back from a large three storey building that houses administration, education facilities and a library.
For more information please contact the main switchboard on 01227 812612.
Pilgrims Hospice, Thanet has been providing hospice services to local residents since 1992, with an in-patient unit of 18 beds and daily provision for approximately 20 day patients, open 2 days a week. Situated on the main Ramsgate to Margate road, the hospice stands within the grounds of the Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother Hospital and is surrounded by nearly two acres of stunning natural gardens. For more information please contact the main switchboard on 01843 233920
Pilgrims Hospice, Ashford, opened its doors in January 2001 with an in-patient unit of 22 beds and daily provision for approximately 20 day patients, open 2 days a week. Situated on the A20, on Hythe Road, just off Junction 10 of the M20, the hospice stands in four acres of land given over to formal gardens, featuring a lovely fountain and wildlife garden, complete with pond and meadow. For more information please contact the main switchboard on 01233 504100
Lymphoedema Clinic (NHS service held at Pilgrims Hospice Ashford)
Pilgrims Hospice Ashford is pleased to host an NHS run service from its site in Ashford. All enquires should be directed to the NHS team on site or by calling 01233 649264 or emailing email@example.com.
Every Pilgrims Hospice benefits from the natural beauty and tranquillity of its surrounding grounds. The gardens are regularly tended by a devoted group of gardeners and include water features and dedicated wildlife areas (at Ashford) and are enjoyed daily by both patients and visitors.
There is limited visitor car parking at all three Pilgrims Hospices. Please note we do not take responsibility for any damage, loss or theft to your vehicle or possessions whilst on hospice premises.