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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Friday 21 April 2017 at 1:00pm

Nurse from the Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre in Wisbech is one of sixty half marathon runners raising £23,000 for Cambs hospice services

Jane Clarke, a nurse who works at the Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre – an Arthur Rank Hospice service based in Wisbech – was one of sixty runners who proudly ran the sixth Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon on Sunday 5 March, to raise funds for the Hospice’s care and services. The Charity has revealed that over £23,000 has now been raised by ‘Team ARHC’, breaking last year’s record high of £22,000! Jane has worked as a palliative care nurse at the Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre – which is based out of North Cambs Hospital and cares for people living …