Patient visiting at the hospice is by appointment only, please call 0114 236 9911.
Make a Will, make a saving and take care of those you love.

We know that right now for many people, provision for families and loved ones is a top priority.

As enquiries for Will Month are already high, we can confirm Will Month is going ahead this April with our partner solicitors offering telephone and video appointments.

If making a Will is right for you, at this time, please read on to find out more.



Make a Will, make a saving and take care of those you love.

Making a Will is the only way you can be sure that your wishes are carried out and your loved ones are provided for after your death.

Moving home. Getting married. Having a baby. Having grandchildren.

Any major life event is a good reason to write or update your Will.


Why should I make my Will during St Luke’s Will Month?

Quite simply, you’ll be getting great value for money, while supporting our patients and their families. Will Month is a partnership between St Luke’s and local solicitors across the city. A participating solicitor will draw up a basic Will* for you and invite you to make a donation in place of their fee. You may choose to leave a gift to St Luke’s in your Will, although this is not a condition of the scheme. Ask your solicitor for more details.


*Please note that your solicitor will advise you that any complex instructions may incur an additional fee.

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Take a look at this year's campaign advert to see just some of the big life events that mean it's important to both make a Will and keep it updated.


What do I do next?

Will Month takes place in April 2021, with bookings being taken now – be sure to book yours ASAP to avoid disappointment!

Appointments may be held in person, by phone or video call depending on circumstances at the time.

If you need any more information, have questions or would just like an informal chat, please call 0114 235 7551 or email [email protected].

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Solicitors in the City Centre

Best Solicitors. Your partner in law.

Alison Gregory
Broughton House, 48 West Street,
Sheffield, S1 4EX
0114 281 3636

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Katie Birch
Courtwood House, Silver Street Head, Sheffield, S1 2DD
0114 272 9184

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Robert Grove-Smith
Riverside East House, 2 Millsands,
Sheffield, S3 8DT
0114 274 4391


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Sherelle O'Brien
Commercial House,14 Commercial Street,
Sheffield, S1 2AT
0114 290 6377

Taylor Bracewell. Your solicitors. Your success.

Lauren Smith
11 Paradise Square, Sheffield, S1 2DE
0114 272 1884 / 07780 497116


Solicitors across Sheffield

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Hollie Coates
62-64 High Street, Mosborough,
Sheffield, S20 5AE
0114 251 1111

Rosalind Watchorn Solicitors

Zena Parker & Rebecca Linsell
10 Kenwood Park Road, Sheffield, S7 1NF
0114 229 0160


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Why I'm supporting Will Month : Gloria's Story

"We discovered all the benefits of being cared for by St Luke’s in those months when Tony needed help and that’s why I know how important it is for people to support St Luke’s campaigns like Will Month, to ensure the care we received when we needed it is there for other Sheffield families, when they need it.” 

When Gloria’s husband, Tony, was diagnosed with cancer, they quickly discovered the many ways St Luke’s could provide support to both patients and families.

Tony came along to our Active Intervention Centre which gave him some much needed light-hearted relief, alongside tailored physiotherapy and well-being sessions. When Tony’s symptoms became worse, a short stay on the In Patient Centre helped to control his symptom and pain management and gave Gloria the chance to step back from the carers role and become a wife again, whilst still being with Tony every day.

Once his symptoms were well managed, Tony was able to return home and was cared for by our Community team in the comfort and familiarity of his own home.

“It was because of the wonderful support of the St Luke's Community Nursing Team that I can really say he died beautifully and peacefully, with great dignity. What was most important is that our son Shaun was able to be there and we could spend those last perfect minutes together."

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Leaving a gift in your Will

After you’ve taken care of the people closest to you, a gift in your Will could make a huge difference to the lives of our patients. Your gift could mean that no matter what challenges the future holds, we can be there for anyone in Sheffield with a terminal illness, giving patients the care we would all want for our loved ones.

Leaving St Luke’s a gift in your Will is one of the most valuable and lasting ways you can support us. It costs nothing during your lifetime but will have a powerful impact for years to come.

You can find out more about leaving a gift in your Will by calling 0114 235 7551 or emailing [email protected]



A bit more about St Luke’s

St Luke’s is an independent charity caring for terminally ill adults across the city and their loved ones. Our care is provided at no cost to our patients and we rely on our generous supporters to keep our work going.

We are not part of the NHS and of the £10 million it takes to deliver our services each year, £7.5 million of that comes from donations – just like yours.

Each year, we care for around 1,800 patients - most of whom are cared for in their own home by our Community Nursing team.

It’s not just patients that we help either – we extend support, bereavement counselling and practical help to family members too, so that each year, our work touches the lives of more than 6,000 people.

The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating effect on St Luke's financially and fundraising has been severely impacted. St Luke's will suffer from the financial impact of this pandemic for several years to come.

Please help us in our recovery by making a Will with a donation in place of a solicitor's fee today.