Longfield provides specialist services, 365 days per year, for adults in Gloucestershire affected by life-limiting illness.

Bereavement Groups

Longfield runs Bereavement Support Groups for any adult in Gloucestershire who has been bereaved as a result of a death from illness.

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Author: Alice Paling

Thrive - Arts for Health Groups

Free groups for people living with any life-limiting illness focussing on 'Relaxation and Inspiration'

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Author: Alice Paling

Fatigue & Breathlessness Groups

Free specialist groups for people living with any life-limiting illness

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Author: Alice Paling

Leave a Gift in your Will today...make a difference tomorrow

Thanks to people leaving a gift in their will to Longfield, more families will get the end of life care they deserve within the community they love

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Author: Alice Paling

Regular Giving

Longfield nurses provide care and support 365 days a year. A small monthly gift can make a big difference and help us to continue providing this regular care every day, now and in the years to come.

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Author: Gabrielle Cochrane

Allium Memory Garden Appeal

Dedicate a flower in memory of your loved one, and help us create a beautiful memory garden at Longfield.

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Author: Hattie Allsop

Target amount: £6,000.00

Amount raised: £3,418.50

Latest News

  • Faith's Great British Run

    A former Stroud woman is running the length of the British Isles to raise money for Longfield and Parkinson's UK. Faith Addison will run 1,500 miles from Shetland to Penzance in Cornwall - the equivalent of over 57 marathons in 42 days! Read more

  • Play our Lottery!

    We’re happy to announce that last week Longfield had 3 winners in the Crackerjackpot lottery! So play now, with a weekly chance of winning £2,000, plus a rollover prize which also now stands at £9,000! Read more

  • New Programme of Services for 2018

    Take a look at our new Programme of Services for the coming year, free to all adults in Gloucestershire with life limiting illnesses, their carers and families. Read more

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