All Hallows Healthcare Trust

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Vote for All Hallows

All Hallows Healthcare Trust is one of 300 charities to benefit from a special £3 million fund from the Masonic Charitable Foundation to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Grand Lodge of England. It’s up to the public to decide which charities get the largest grants through an online vote at (All Hallows is listed under the region of Suffolk). The vote is open from 12 June – 31 July 2017.

All Hallows could win up to £25,000, please help us make an even bigger difference to our patients, residents and clients and vote for us.

Once you have voted, please encourage your friends, family and colleagues to do the same. The following link will take you straight to the Suffolk voting page which we are on:

If you would like any promotional information about the grant to help us spread the word, such as posters and flyers to help encourage people to vote for All Hallows please contact me.  When you ask your family, friends and colleagues please do ask them to tell everyone too. They may be happy to put a poster up at work or send an email, distribute flyers, whatever it might be please tell me and I will do my very best to help.

If you use Facebook please go to the All Hallows Healthcare Trusts page and like and share our grant posts to encourage more people to vote for us.



The main services consist of the Homecare and Daycare details of which can be seen below. These services are available for patients around the locality for example Beccles, Halesworth, Harleston and Loddon. Click on each image for more detail.



The department provides a comprehensive range of diagnostic and rehabilitative physiotherapy to outpatients and inpatients and the Nursing Home. The team addresses the physical, psychological, emotional and social well-being of patients.

Through health promotion, preventive healthcare, treatment, and rehabilitation we help people and their families and carers to aid the individual to reach their full potential following injury, illness or surgery.

There is also the Hospital and Nursing Home which include rehabilitation, respite and end of life care and a Specialist Care Home for those suffering from neurological trauma.

How is it funded?

All Hallows Healthcare Trust relies heavily on the generosity of local people. Donations and legacies help ensure that we are able to continue our vital work now and in the future. Anyone can get involved and there are many ways you can support us.

The Association of Friends of All Hallows Hospital Supporting All Hallows Healthcare Trust was formed to raise funds and provide donations to the Trust to enhance the fabric of the building and for equipment to enhance the patient's stay.

Over 40 years the Friends have raised significant funds - well over £1million and are still raising money. The largest legacy was used to build the Day Treatment and Therapy Centre.

The Friends of All Hallows Hospital hold events during the year and are always looking for new members not only by donating money but also donating time to help prepare for the events.

What do the Friends do?

The Friends hold at least 4 major events each year: the Garden Party in the Hospital grounds, a garden party in the Nursing Home grounds, a musical event and a Christmas Bazaar.

Other events organised by the Friends could be coffee mornings, brunches, lunches, suppers, antique appraisals, fashion shows, quiz nights, garden question times, concerts, stalls at the Bungay street fairs and new ideas are always welcome.

Call Val on 01986 895647 if you can help in any way or email