The hospice ‘Zoe’s Place’ located in West Derby has placed an urgent appeal for help to raise £3.5million.

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The hospice has cared for babies and young children who have complex or even life threatening conditions for over 28 years.

It also continues to provide palliative and bereavement care to children and their families.

The property’s current lease is set to expire in 2025.

They submitted an application to Liverpool City Council this week.

The application proposed a new hospice which will incorporate an existing building, plus a new-build extension.

It will be located on the site of a former bowling club in Hayman’s Green.

The main hospice will include four bedrooms to house up to eight children.

It will also include a hydrotherapy pool, sensory places, accessible bathrooms and specialist rooms for families doing holistic therapies and counselling.

Aimee Clare, Capital Appeal Lead at Zoe’s Place, said: “Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice is an incredibly special place, providing specialist and essential care to our babies and their families at a time when they need it the most.

“It’s a place of happiness, relief and is a true lifeline for those who need it, allowing families to be together and experience the joy of childhood, which can easily be taken for granted by many of us.

“I’m urging the business community, our generous supporters and new fundraisers to activate and help us at this pivotal time so we can build a new home and continue to provide outstanding and specialist care and support to the children and families who really need us.

“If lots of people give a little, we will quickly raise a lot and together we can build a new home and hospice for Liverpool to be incredibly proud of.”

Donations can be made to the Zoe’s Place Capital Appeal by visiting




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