Arthur Rank Hospice Charity celebrates a momentous year

It was a special evening for Arthur Rank Hospice on Wednesday 28 September as staff members, volunteers, Trustees, the Mayor of Cambridge and partner organisations gathered at The Moller Centre to celebrate the Charity’s seminal developments over the last twelve months.

The Celebration Evening took place just weeks before the Charity moves to Shelford Bottom from their current site on Mill Road in Cambridge. CEO Lynn Morgan, Deputy CEO and Director of Clinical Services Liz Webb and Day Therapy team lead Ann Thomson spoke of the astounding achievements of the last twelve months, the fondness with which the current site will be remembered and the future opportunities and challenges which will be embraced as the organisation moves to its new state-of-the-art home. 

The evening welcomed 100 guests who enjoyed arrival drinks and an array of delicious canapes in the Moller Centre’s stunning Tower Lounge Bar, before taking a seat in the Lecture Theatre for a screening before sixteen - of the fifty Hospice’s volunteers recognised for long service this year - were presented with their awards by the Mayor. 

Arthur Rank Hospice Charity would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to their staff, their 375 volunteers and each and every person who has helped by raising funds or supporting their initiatives in this and previous years. Liz Webb, Deputy CEO and Director of Clinical Services at Arthur Rank Hospice Charity, concludes: “We are very much looking forward to moving to our new home, where those we care for will receive the excellent care for which we are well known, in facilities which have been specifically designed for their needs. The word TEAM at Arthur Rank Hospice in my mind stands for: team, enthusiasm, amazing work and motivation; qualities which become apparent very quickly once individuals come into contact with our care and services. I have no doubt this spirit will transfer from Mill Road to Shelford Bottom through our staff, volunteers and supporters as we embark on this next chapter in Arthur Rank Hospice Charity’s history.” 

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