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Send letters to your loved ones

If you can’t stay in touch with personal phone calls and texts, letters to your loved ones can help. You can write to your people in hospital, or fill in our online form.

We’ll personally deliver your message, and if you provide an email address we can send you a response within a couple of days.

Send messages online

Fill in our form and upload an image or short video (no larger than 10mb).

Send a letter to your loved one

Send messages by post

If you can, please use our online form. If you prefer to use snail mail, you’ll need three things: two envelopes and your message:

  1. Insert your message into an envelope addressed to your loved one with their name, date of birth, and the ward they’re staying (you can write your email address to this envelope for a reply)
  2. Insert this envelope into another envelope addressed to Letters to your loved one with the right hospital address (addresses below)

Do not write any identifiable information on the top envelope, or send money or other valuables. We cannot be held responsible for lost, delayed, or damaged post.

Letters to your loved one
Central Middlesex Hospital
Acton Lane
Park Royal
London
NW10 7NS

Letters to your loved one
Northwick Park and St. Mark's Hospitals
Watford Road
Harrow
HA1 3UJ

Letters to your loved one
Ealing Hospital
Uxbridge Road
Ealing
UB1 3HW

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