Recognising our amazing supporters

Recognition Wall

Our Recognition Wall

Located in our beautiful grounds, the Recognition Wall publicly recognises the significant donations from and special efforts of our supporters. The Recognition Wall acknowledges their kindness and faith in Compton Care.

We would like to extend our grateful thanks to our amazing supporters who are an essential part of #TeamCompton and allow us to continue to support patients and families living with life limiting illnesses.

Compton Care's Recognition Wall
Gold Supporters

5/344 Transport & General Workers former Wolverhampton Goodyear Branch

Baron Davenport’s Charity

Compton Care Choir We are a community choir made up of friends and supporters of Compton Care. It engenders fellowship and support between its members, and through public performances, raises funds for the benefit of Compton Care patients and their families.

Maxine Laceby

Peter Gough

Roger Eaton

The Garfield Weston Foundation Supported the 2011 Raise the Roof Appeal.

The James Beattie Charitable Trust Supported the 2011 Raise the Roof Appeal.

The Lord Bilston Big Challenge Team This plaque is a thank you for the life of Dennis Turner, man of his word, his people and his community and all the selfless people who have supported and participate in the Lord Bilston Big Challenge since 2014.

The Roger & Douglas Turner Charitable Trust

The Rotary Club of the City of Wolverhampton

The Rotary Club of Tettenhall is pleased to have supported Compton Care for many years in their dedicated provision of care for people in the community with life limiting conditions.

The Wolfson Foundation Supported the 2011 Raise the Roof Appeal

W.E.D. Charitable Trust


Silver Supporters

Andrew & Ellie Rogers Love’s greatest gift is remembrance. Running and raising money in memory of Grandad Mick, Nanny June, Nanny D and everyone connected to Compton Care x

bea Landscape Design Limited BEA Landscape Design Limited are the designers of our beautiful recognition wall. They collaborated with the team, listened to our thoughts and ideas, and gave their time and expertise for free.

Berriman Eaton Estate Agents

Diane Green

Eric & Heather Humphries

Eunice Benton

Hugh Porter MBE & Anita Porter MBE

Libby Walton I began organising our annual ball in 2015 in memory of my sister Georgeanne who passed away from secondary breast cancer in November 2014. Compton Care was my first choice when deciding on which charity to support as I wanted to express my deepest gratitude for the truly amazing care and support provided to Georgeanne during her illness and for the continued care extended to our entire family afterwards. Ten years later and we are holding our finale at the Mount Hotel in Tettenhall on 28 June 2024 and aim to raise the roof for her (and Compton Care) one last time!

Mrs Gillian Shayler

Penny, Kim, Dan and Sam Wanted to do something to support mum in a helpless situation, so I decided to run many miles and arrange an event at our local pub. The support from friends, family, colleagues, the locals, and Compton was unbelievable, especially at such a difficult time for our family. We raised £23,205, which will go towards helping families in a similar position to ours.

Andy (Spon) Spencer In honour of Andy (Spon) Spencer. Held at the Robin Bilston, Rock For Spon is a musical event In memory of Andrew (Spon) Spencer. With various artists from the Rock genre celebrating the lives of those we’ve sadly loved and lost.

The Ray Williams Foundation

The Steve Bull Foundation

Bronze Supporters

Clive Dicken I’ve seen first hand the wonderful work Compton Care do, when my beloved aunt was brought there for end-of-life cancer care back in the Nineties. During lockdown I began my online quiz to raise funds. Happy to say the quiz is still going strong today!

Jane Ellis The donation is in memory of my dad, Robert Turner, who only spent 9 days in Compton Care but it was his last wish. The care, love and support both dad and I received was amazing. Also, the care that Compton give to families after their loved ones have passed means so much, so being able to support and give back is so important x

Kate Gibbon Cornish Coastal Trek

Mr & Mrs Peter Silcox

Gary Burke Raised over £10,000 by taking part in the Aberdovey Bike Ride and served as a Compton Care Trustee between 2015-2024.

Mr K Goodfellow

The Breast Cancer Action Group – Wolverhampton District Supported the 2011 Raise the Roof Appeal and other areas of Compton’s work.

The Evesham Charity Trust Supported the 2011 Raise the Roof Appeal.

The Tottey Family This plaque is to honour Sue Tottey – wife, mother, sister & friend to many. With her attention to detail to improve people’s experience, she asked us to raise money for fridges for the refurbished rooms so patients can enjoy easy access to cooling drinks and ice-lollies!

The Wolves Foundation Supported the 2011 Raise the Roof Appeal

University of Wolverhampton at The Halls

University of Wolverhampton Business School Supported the 2011 Raise the Roof Appeal

About the Design

The tree design represents many different elements – our roots in Wolverhampton at our Grade 2 listed Compton Hall site; our mature gardens that offer solace to visitors and patients; and the family tree – our Compton family and your family.

Trees symbolise strength, stability and protection. They also represent life, growth and wisdom and show the connection between the spiritual and the earthly. We look forward to seeing the tree grow in harmony with our services as we strive to reach more communities in the future.

We would like to extend our grateful thanks to the amazing individuals, Trusts, groups and companies who are an essential part of #TeamCompton and allow us to continue to support patients and families living with life limiting conditions.

For more information about our Recognition Wall please contact us at or 0300 323 0250.