14 November 2017: Airedale Wharfedale and Craven Clinical Commissioning Group has today launched its formal consultation on community care services for people living in Craven, including the future of Castleberg Hospital. The consultation will run until 27 February 2018. They are consulting on two options and would like to hear from local people about which of these options they prefer. As part of the consultation they are running more drop-in sessions in community locations during December, January and February. Full details including the consultation document and dates and times of the sessions can be found on the CCG’s website here.
25 July 2017: Airedale Wharfedale and Craven Clinical Commissioning Group – the organisation which commissions (plans and pays for)our community services – wants to hear from local people on the future of Castleberg Hospital and its services. They have organised a series of drop-in sessions to be held in community locations during August and September 2017. These sessions are taking place in advance of the formal consultation, which will start later this year. Details, including dates and times of the sessions can be found on the CCG’s website here.
24 April 2017: our latest information about Castleberg is available here.
4 April 2017: we are withdrawing inpatient services at Castleberg, due to issues with the property. We remain committed to caring for patients in their local community and there will be a full options appraisal in due course. Read more here.
“We aim to provide the best possible patient care for the people who need our service and help them to achieve their individualised goals in a safe environment”
We are a small, friendly community hospital, which is part of Airedale NHS Foundation Trust, providing care to adult patients across Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven. Please have a look at our website information and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on;
Tel: 01729 823515
Fax: 01729 823 082
There are two train stations located near us, Settle and Giggleswick. Both are approximately one mile away.
For train information and times please visit National Rail.
Frequent bus services run from Skipton to Giggleswick. If you are coming from Skipton the number 580 (Settle) bus drops off at Giggleswick. The most up to date timetables and other bus information can be found on the Kirby Lonsdale Coach Hire website.
We are situated approximately one mile from the A65 bypass towards Giggleswick. The hospital is clearly signposted once you get to Giggleswick. There is free parking at the hospital, the car park is located at the front of the hospital reception which also has disabled access.