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We provide people with end of life
nursing care in their own homes


What is the role of a Lawrence Home Nursing Team nurse?
Find out here.

What does a Nurse Coordinator do?
Find out here.

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Spring 2023 Newsletter
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Could you be a Lawrence Home Nursing Team Bank Nurse Coordinator?

The Bank Nurse Coordinator plays a vital role within the Lawrence Home Nursing Team. Acting as the central point of contact for end of life patients and their families, carers and the Primary Care Team, you will be involved throughout their palliative care journey and ensure that that the patient is supported. Guided by the patients’ needs and wishes, the Nursing team are able offer truly holistic and tailored care that’s right for the individual.

This role offers the opportunity to work flexibly within a highly regarded local charity alongside like-minded professionals; all of whom share a passion for delivering the highest possible standard of care to patients and their families.

Click here for full details.


We have compiled the following information for anyone who is looking for general support and advice as well as where and how to access social care services in our catchment area.

This information may be of particular interest if you are frail, disabled, or elderly, with or without a diagnosis of an end-of-life disease, and what to know what resources are available to help you with finance, planning and everyday life.

Please note that all links are currently valid and will be reviewed and updated annually but there may be new services and teams setting up in the interim.

For General Support and Advice click here.


South Newington gardens 2023

Two beautiful gardens open throughout 2023 - by appointment only. Please take the opportunity to visit two varied gardens in South Newington, each of which offers at least 30 minutes of interest. T...

Charity Clay Pigeon Shoot and Supper

The annual shoot for Lawrence Home Nursing Team is taking place at The Oxfordshire Shooting School, Enstone on Saturday 20th May 2023. The shoot is followed by upper at the Crown Inn, Church Enstone. ...


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Our team of 20 registered nurses are trained to provide day and night hands-on nursing care,
symptom control and to offer respite support to a family member.

As per GDPR regulations and Lawrence Home Nursing Team’s Privacy Policy, we will no longer be sending our annual newsletter by post.
If you still want to keep in touch with us and receive an electronic copy of LHNT’s Spring Newsletter 2022 please re-submit your contact details by completing the form right.
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Testimonials from families

“Without the support, expertise and compassion of Lawrence Home Nursing Team I am confident that many families would not be able to manage the death of their loved one at home.”

It’s our hope that the incredible service the nurses provide remains available for others who find themselves in similar situations.”

Dr Jonathan Williams, Bloxham and Hook Norton Surgery.
“We are in no doubt that the support the Lawrence Home Nursing Team provided to our family enabled my wife to end her life as we all wished, peacefully in her own home.  It’s impossible to put a price on this.

It’s our hope that the incredible service the nurses provide remains available for others who find themselves in similar situations.”

“The Lawrence Home Nursing Team provided absolutely superb support and care to my mother during the last six days of her life following a severe stroke. We were enormously impressed by the professionalism, sensitivity and compassion of all the nurses who attended my mother.

Their expertise and care reassured us that our mother suffered as little as possible as her life ebbed quietly away.”

“I cannot praise highly enough the work of the Lawrence nurses who looked after my husband in the final week of his life. Their care and compassion was exemplary. I shall be eternally grateful for the service they provided.”
“Thank you to all of you that helped to look after our Mum during the last weeks of her life. We enjoyed your reassuring presence and the chats, laughter and comfort that you brought to us. A special thank you to the Nurse, who accompanied us during the first and last night. We were happy you were there.”