Parkinson's UK Cirencester & Stroud Branch
07586 532635 ask for Karen


Longfield provide a range of free services to adults in Gloucestershire with life-limiting illnesses, their carers and families, to help them live well with their illness and to support people who have been bereaved.

Take a look and download what’s on at Longfield’s Wellbeing Centre below:


Cirencester & Stroud Branch of Parkinson’s UK recommends and supports all of the work and services that Longfield’s Wellbeing Centre provides, call direct on this number 01453 733706.

For all telephone calls, please contact the main reception desk on 01453 886868 and a friendly team of staff and volunteers will help direct your call to the most appropriate person.

If you would like to send an email, please find below a list of email addresses to help you get your enquiry to the right department.

Wellbeing Centre Services

Hospice at Home

Education and training

Feedback and complaints




Donation enquires


General queries (please do not send confidential patient information through this email or the enquiry forms).


How to refer a patient to the Wellbeing Centre

Our team includes 2 experienced Nurses, a Physiotherapist, an Occupational Therapist, Complimentary therapists, and Counsellors. At Longfield we aim to educate, empower and enable patients, carers and the bereaved to live life to the full. We offer support in understanding and expressing feelings, provide information and advice, improving people’s well-being, management of symptoms and providing a safe space to build friendships.

Referral Criteria:

  • Longfield supports adults over the age of 18 with a progressive life limiting condition such as cancer, advanced lung disease, neurological diseases (including Parkinson’s, Motor Neurone Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, early to mid-stage dementia) and heart disease, who live in Gloucestershire or have a GP registered in Gloucestershire.

  • Our Services are also open to carers and the bereaved, enabling people to live well and die comfortably, and to feel supported throughout and in bereavement.

When to refer:

  • From point of diagnosis, onwards and into bereavement

Who can refer:

  • We welcome referrals from all health and social care professionals
  • Charitable sector
  • We also accept self-referrals from patients, carers and the bereaved

How to refer:

Referrals can be made by telephone, letter or email.

Contact us on 01453 886868 or download our Wellbeing Centre referral form here.