St Barnabas Hospice

by | 3 December 2022 | Gainsborough, Local Charity

Lincoln Christmas Market

St Barnabas is delighted to have been chosen by City of Lincoln Council to be the Lincoln Christmas Market’s very first Charity Partner. Both organisations are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year and have been highly regarded and much loved by the local communities for all those years.

Taking place from Thursday 1st to Sunday 4th December in the beautiful and historic Bailgate area, the Lincoln Christmas Market welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors every year and is one of the most loved events in Lincolnshire.
St Barnabas will be in attendance, occupying a traditional wooden cabin by the Lincoln Cathedral.

Morriston Choir

As part of St Barnabas Hospice’s 40th anniversary celebrations, the Morriston 80-strong Welsh Male Choir will be performing a series of traditional and original songs. This world-class concert to be held in the historic and prestigious setting of Lincoln Cathedral on 4th March 2023. It is not to be missed and is a must for the music aficionados. Tickets are available in tiered pricing between £22.00 and £50.00.

Over the years, the Choir has performed for members of the Royal Family, the Pope and many other high-profile music lovers. In addition, the Choir undertakes performances on television and several of their albums have won prestigious awards, including the Music Retailers’ Award for Best Choral Record of the Year three times.

All profits from this event will go towards providing vital funds for hospice care across Lincolnshire. For more information and to book your seat visit

Fire Walk

On 18th March 2023, daredevils can take on a glowing-hot challenge to support St Barnabas Hospice and participate in the charity’s latest Fire Walk.

With thanks to The Priory Ruskin Academy, Grantham for holding this event, it is sure to be a delightful evening for participants and spectators alike.

And for the first time, there will also be a new challenge for the whole family – walking over LEGO! We’ve all stood on these little plastic blocks by accident; do you dare to take on the challenge of walking over a whole lane of Lego?


Registration opens on Friday 25th November for the annual Tree-cycle; for a donation, the Hospice will collect your real Christmas tree and recycle.

For further information, contact Deborah Yarwood, Fundraising Officer, on 01522 540300 or 07785 727114.