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Hospice at Home

This badge depicts the first ever logo for Hospice services in Nelson.    Known as “Hospice at Home”, the service started early in 1987 and was based in an old NMDHB owned house at 96 Waimea Road.  Hospice at Home staff…

All moved and opened

Our new hospice is fully operational and - as of May 2 - officially opened. We were delighted to have the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern unveil the plaque on the new building, alongside board chair John Peters, Dr Jodie Battley…

Move date approaches

With only less than a week to go until the builders hand the keys over, I took a look onsite with photographer Ross Wearing (from Pro Motion media). The landscaping is behind schedule because of the drought over summer but…

An update on the new build

We took a look at the building site on Suffolk Road today - and it's amazing to see the progress. Check out the video taken by Ross Wearing of Pro Motion Media. https://youtu.be/QSPQLsWTVfQ

New build progress

We were onsite at Suffolk Rd, Stoke today and thought I'd share these photos of the new build's progress. If you look closely, you can see workers on the roof in the first photo installing solar panels.

$1 million to reach our target

It’s just over six months to go before staff and patients at the Nelson Tasman Hospice move into the new building in Suffolk Road, Stoke. We are nearing our final fundraising target having raised $10.5 million of the $11.5m needed.…

Update on the new build

The new building is on track to welcome patients and staff in March 2019. Right now, the main building is closed in. Gibbons project manager Sean Gardner says 80 percent of the cladding is completed. “We’re working on installing the…

Building starting to take shape

The new hospice building is really starting to take shape with framing up on most of the site and a scheduled move in date of March next year. Out of the $4 million we needed, we've raised an incredible $2million…

Site update – exciting times

We are getting just a little bit (well, maybe very) excited at the progress of the new building in Suffolk Road, Stoke starting to take shape as you'll see from these photos. The framing is up on a couple of the…

Foreman James Leads Our New Build

Young builder James Riordan has a huge job - the 24-year-old site foreman is in charge of Nelson Tasman Hospice's new $10.5 million build in Stoke. What did you do before taking on this role? I've been building for eight…

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