Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice


Keighley Road
BD22 9HJ
United Kingdom


01535 642308
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Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice

Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice is in Oxenhope, near Keighley. As well as expert palliative care, we support people with life-limiting conditions, and their families. We work across Airedale, Wharfedale, Craven, and North and Bradford.

Please contact the reception on 01535 642308 to find out the latest visiting guidance. You may also find it useful to read our 'Guidance before visiting a Sue Ryder hospice or neurological centre' page.

About Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice

Hospice care is what we call the treatment and support we offer to people with life-limiting conditions. We combine specialist medical care for managing pain and other symptoms, with other emotional, practical and spiritual support.

You might stay with us to receive inpatient care for a short time, or a longer stay. We can offer the same services and care to you as a visitor, by using our Community Day Services, if you are comfortable and supported at home and prefer to stay there.

On the medical side, our experienced doctors, Sue Ryder Nurses, care assistants, physiotherapists, and occupational and complementary therapists all work brilliantly together to support you. Our Family Support and Spiritual Care teams are always ready to talk too.

Updated 11th January 2023: Following a temporary pause in admissions, Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice will be welcoming inpatient admissions from Monday 16th January 2023.

Before our palliative care consultant joins in February 2023, referrals can be made for patients with non-complex symptoms who do not require specialist medical intervention to receive expert and compassionate ‘nurse-led’ care from an Advanced Clinical Practitioner supported by our Sue Ryder Nurses and healthcare teams.

We hope this will increase access to inpatient care for people who would not usually meet the specialist referral criteria of our inpatient unit while helping to relieve pressure in hospitals and the community where dying patients need 24-hour care.

Should demand for this type of care be high, we will look to continue delivering this type of nurse-led care alongside the re-introduction of medical care when our new palliative care consultant arrives, giving people even more options at the end of life.

In the interim, any patients with more complex symptoms requiring inpatient care will continue to be referred to partner palliative care providers.

With 91% of our patients receiving palliative care at home, the majority of people should see no difference in our care and our Community, Day Therapy, Therapies, Family Support and Complementary Therapy services are unaffected and continue as normal.

For anyone living with a life-limiting condition locally who has any concerns please speak to your lead healthcare professional or email us at

Accessing help while you’re living at home

If you’re comfortable at home, but need some advice or assistance, try our Community Day Services. Connect with other people in similar circumstances, and our staff can suggest ways to improve your wellbeing and manage symptoms.

There are lots of activities to try, from complementary therapies like Reiki, massage and acupuncture, to arts and crafts and more – and we support your carers too.

Sue Ryder Nurses can coordinate treatment with your GP to make sure your care is controlled and consistent.

Services list

Our services include:

  • Inpatient care
  • Community Day Services
  • Community services
  • Family and bereavement support
  • Rehabilitation
  • Complementary therapies
  • Spiritual care

Find out more about our services at Manorlands Hospice

Read more about our approach to quality and find our latest Quality Account report

Michelle's parents were cared for at Manorlands Hospice

“Nothing is ever too much trouble for the Manorlands staff, volunteers, doctors and nurses: they will move heaven and earth to make sure every patient and their family feels safe, secure, cared for and at home.”

When I came in, I was in so much pain. Here they gave me the strength to move forward. It’s a place of life. And when I go home, one of the community nurses from Manorlands Hospice comes to see me regularly. I know I am in good hands.

Lesley Wrigley, a Manorlands patient

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