Arthur Rank Hospice Charity supports people in Cambridgeshire who are living with a life-limiting illness. Care and services are provided free of charge to patients, to help them and their loved ones to make every moment count.

To supplement the NHS contribution, the Charity are required to raise £2 million annually to fund the additional services provided by the Hospice.

Arthur Rank Hospice moved to its new £10.5 million home in Shelford Bottom in November 2016. Services and care are now delivered from state-of-the-art facilities which have been purpose-built with great consideration for patient need, also allowing for increased service capacity within a wonderfully spacious, attractive and therapeutic environment. The move enabled the Inpatient Unit to increase from 12 to a total of 23 beds.

Arthur Rank Hospice’s professional, compassionate and practical services deliver care, counselling and education, helping patients to live well and their families to live on.

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Tuesday 21 November 2017 at 6:17pm

Hospice, personal story – “I felt like somebody who belonged there and was part of the family”

Family selfie

Mike Bradbrook was suddenly and unexpectedly diagnosed with renal and metastatic bone cancer in January 2017. Unusually, due to his complex needs, he lived and was cared for at Arthur Rank Hospice for three months, from February to May 2017. His wife – Kirsty Bradbrook bravely shares their story as the Charity aims to raise £20,410.96 during November – enough to run the entire Hospice’s services for 24 hours. Last Saturday, 11 November, marked a significant day for Arthur Rank Hospice: a year since the Hospice opened its doors to care for patients at its purpose-built state-of-the-art new home in …