Community Voices – Your perspective matters for End of Life care

May 22, 2024

Arthur Rank Hospice Charity invites local people from diverse backgrounds and ethnic minority communities to join their “Community Voices” events, where your thoughts and experiences regarding care for life-limiting conditions and at the end-of-life, are valued and much needed.

The Charity, which provides palliative care, recognises that Cambridgeshire has a diverse population, and its care is not as accessible to some local communities. The Arthur Rank Hospice Charity wishes to explore the barriers and needs of those who are underrepresented in conversations about end-of-life care.

They are inviting your invaluable perspective, rooted in your community, faith, and heritage. Carly Wills, Matron of Clinical Services comments:

“We want to hear from you about what matters most at the end of life, both for yourself and for your loved ones. During our sessions, you’ll have the opportunity to share your thoughts with our teams across Arthur Rank Hospice Charity. We’re here to listen, to learn, and to understand how we can provide better care and support that reflects the needs and values of your community.”

Event Details:

Thursday 23 May 2024 from 10:00am-12 midday at Hunts Forum of Voluntary Organisations, PE29 7HN

Friday 31 May 2024 from 10:30 am-12:30pm at the City of Ely Bowls Club, CB7 4PL

Wednesday 12 June 2024 from 1:00pm-3:00pm at the Rosmini Centre, PE13 2PH

Wednesday 19 June 2024 from 11:00am-1:00pm at Cambridge Central Library, CB2 3QD

To book your free place at the event please see visit our webpage:

For more information about the events, or to share your views, please email:

Join these free, one off, Community Voices sessions for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and be part of the conversation. Your voice matters. Together, we can ensure that end-of-life care is sensitive, inclusive, and meets the needs of all members of our community.