Other services

As well as delivering vital care through our key services, the Hospice is proud to be an active part of the community.

We are a hub for local people, other healthcare organisations, community activities and social get-togethers.

Outside view of Arthur's Shed with lavender

A hub in our local community

Outpatients visit the Bradbury Wellness Centre when receiving support from our Complementary Therapists and Lymphoedema Clinic, whilst this space also hosts Addenbrooke’s MND Clinic. 

Patients receiving support in from our Inpatient Unit or Living Well services and their family and friends, mix with Hospice’s colleagues, volunteers and visitors. 

Everyone is welcome to visit our Bistro or get involved in the volunteer-led activities taking place weekly in Arthur’s Shed (please note that due to the current situation with coronavirus, the Bistro and the Shed are currently closed). 

Clinics in the Bradbury Wellness Centre

The Bradbury Wellness Centre is on the first floor and can be accessed via stairs or a lift. If you are visiting for the first time, our friendly Meet & Greet Volunteers will show you how to reach it. 

As well as providing bespoke spaces for the Lymphoedema Clinic and Complementary Therapy Team, the space also hosts:  

· Addenbrooke’s MND Clinic on a Thursdays 

· Outpatient Pain Management Clinics

· Psychological and bereavement support sessions

Caring Communities

Caring Communities is a grant funded scheme which was set up to support patients who were between Living Well programmes and missed the social interaction they gained from this.

At the present time patients are supported by a volunteer who calls them weekly for social support and to reduce isolation.

To find out more about the initiative visit our news pages here. 

“I didn’t feel like a visitor. Instead I felt like somebody who belonged there and was part of the family. Very much a personal touch – the whole place is like that. ” 

Kirsty, November 2017