What does Lawrence Nurses do?

Lawrence Nurses provide end of life care to people who wish to die at home.
We not only care for people with a cancer diagnosis we also care for anyone over the age of 18 with a life limiting condition.
The service is free of charge.

What care does the Lawrence Home Nursing Team provide?

Care is provided by our team of experienced nurses who have been chosen for their special aptitude and skills in end of life care. They all take part in on-going training. When a patient is in need of end of life home care, the GP or Community Nurse will get in touch with our team. Our nursing co-ordinator will visit the patient at their home to talk through their care with them, their family and the Community Nurse.

What area does the Lawrence Home Nursing Team cover?

We operate in Chipping Norton and its surrounding villages. In addition, we now cover patients registered with Bloxham and Hook Norton surgeries. If you are unsure whether you are in Lawrence Nurses area, please contact us for advice, or ask your GP or Community Nurse who will be able to advise you.

Is the service free?

Yes. There is no charge to any patient or family for the care Lawrence Nurses provide.

Where do our funds come from?

We receive most of our funding from gifts, donations from individuals and organisations, and fundraising activities by supporters and well-wishers.

How can I support Lawrence Nurses?

If you’d like to make a donation there are numerous ways of giving. Please go to the Donate page. Thank you for your support.

How do I become a volunteer?

If you’d like to get involved by holding a fundraising event or to help in any other way, please contact Verity Fifer, Head of Fundraising, by email: click here.