Arthur Rank Hospice Charity celebrates 40 years of care

To celebrate their 40th Anniversary, the Charity invited 40 people to share their unique memories, of how they have touched or been touched by the Charity, and their comments were captured in a commemorative booklet. This included patients and their families, supporters, trustees, staff (past and present) and even some of the furry four legged … Continued

Annual City Walk raises more than £20,000 for local charities

Over 1,350 people helped raise more than £21,000 in the annual Bridge the Gap charity walk through the streets and colleges of Cambridge on Sunday morning (10 September). Participants gathered in Parker’s Piece from 9am to take part in the family-friendly walk, which is organised by, and in aid of, Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and … Continued

Hospice Head Chef is awarded Digital Chef Skills Certificate

Head Chef, Steve Gallagher, was delighted to receive his ‘Leith Chef Skills Certificate’ from ‘Leiths School of Food and Wine, at Arthur Rank Hospice Charity. CEO, Sharon Allen and his colleagues congratulated Steve at a recent team meeting, which was being held in the Education and Conference Centre. Steve, who works in the kitchen at … Continued

Occupational Therapist takes on her first Marathon to support those she cares for

Cat Gregory is an Occupational Therapist at Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and was inspired to raise awareness and funds by taking on her very first marathon! On 1 October 2023, Cat, who supports people at the Living Well Services and the Inpatient Unit, will challenge herself mentally and physically by running the 26 miles in the Loch Ness Marathon in Scotland. Cat … Continued

Rotary Cambridge join Charity ahead of Bridge the Gap

The Rotary Club of Cambridge, typically meet at the Gonville Hotel in Cambridge, but yesterday (Tuesday 8 August) they chose to gather at the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity to see first-hand the work their fundraising has contributed to and the impact of their long-standing support. Over the years the Rotary Cambridge have organised everything from … Continued

Summer Raffle raises over £21,000 for Hospice Services

More than 1,300 supporters took part in the Charity’s annual raffle together raising £21,835 to fund vital hospice services for patients and their loved ones across Cambridgeshire. Excitement grew at the Hospice as the clock approached 2.00pm and Sharon Allen, CEO drew the first winning ticket. Colleagues from across the Charity then took their turn … Continued

Walkies! Paw-some new dog walk challenge

Four-legged friends and their “paw-some” humans are invited to join Lead On – a sponsored walk throughout the month of September. The challenge involves completing 90km (56 miles) over 30 days from 1 September. Funds raised will provide care for people in Cambridgeshire living with an advanced serious illness or life-limiting condition, and help ensure … Continued