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The Rotary Club of Ely hosted an evening of entertainment at Ely Cathedral.
Occupational Therapist, Cat Gregory, takes on Loch Ness Marathon for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity
100% Charity Single and fundraising gig profits are dedicated to the Charity to say thank you
Cambridge Rotary Club enjoy Hospice tour following their generous fundraising donation
Did someone say walkies? Arthur Rank Hospice Charity is excited to unleash a new fundraising event for dog owners.
More than 380 people took part in the annual Star Shine Night Walk, together raising over £30,000 for Arthur Rank...
Lee Taylor continues to raise funds for MND and hospice care
Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre’s events popular in Wisbech area
Are you one of the lucky winners of the Winter Raffle 2022?
Sarah Schechter, a Hospice supporter is currently in Netanya, Israel representing Great Britain in Tennis.
William, 6 and Charlie, 5 raised an incredible £2,229 in sponsorship with the help of Emma, Charlie’s mum & Wayne,...
A tale of love, loss and remembrance, centred around Chris, his late wife and his Cadillac
Sarah shares her experience in the Inpatient Unit
12 year old Lewis and his Rugby Team take part in Hair We Go to raise funds for two charities
Peter Norton, from Melbourn, Cambridgeshire is encouraging the local community to join him, sharing why this unique challenge is important...
Find out more about support for parents, carers and young people transitioning to adult hospice services
Martin Harnor, family and friends of Helga Elvira Harnor raised £500 for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity
“I am doing this in memory of three people, my Dad, My Auntie Doreen and my Mum's best friend Anne,...
Vesper is the rescue dog that my mum sent to rescue my dad after she died - a double rescue
Mill’s and his new beard raised vital funds in his final weeks for the Charity
“She’s really at peace here – the staff are doing a wonderful job.”
His needs have not gone away just because he is now an adult.