We’re expanding our bespoke Living Well programme to help people make the most of the time they have left.
“The patient-centred approach is essential in improving lives. We are adapting our services to help our patients make the most of the time they have left. Our patients want and need to be involved in their own care that gives them as much control as possible.” - Dr Russ Hargreaves
ellenor receives a staggering £2m donation to help build for the future
“Demand for our services is ever increasing. As a result, we have reached a point where our facilities are restricting us from providing outstanding care, we need to extend and redevelop our hospice building.” - Vikki Harding, CEO
Lights of Love Remembrance Service
“Christmas can be a wonderful time for many, but we are reminded every year of how difficult it can be for some. It is a real milestone for friends and families after a loss and we recognise the importance of stopping for a moment and celebrating the lives of our loved ones”.
Lifelites charity donates life-changing technology to children receiving care under ellenor...
Children receiving care at ellenor hospice in Gravesend have received a donation of life-changing technology worth thousands of pounds from children’s charity Lifelites.
Hospice Care Week: We wrote a song for our mum because she's "the best".
When children are unable to articulate what death means to them, music therapy can help them process the feelings of grief and pain that the loss of a parent inevitably brings.
New social drop-in to help patients coping with advanced illness…
We all know how good it can be to chat over a cuppa – especially during tough times.
Level 5 rating for food hygiene awarded to ellenor
ellenor has been awarded the highest possible rating for the safety, quality and hygiene standards of its food catering services.
The Accumulator Challenge - Turn £50 into vital funds for ellenor
Take on ellenor’s Accumulator Challenge to raise vital funds for local families facing terminal illness.
Mrs Audrey Broad has been awarded the ‘Order of Mercy’ for distinguished voluntary service
Mrs Audrey Broad of ellenor Hospice, Kent, has been awarded the Order of Mercy, a prestigious medal, for her voluntary service over many years to charities and non profit organisations in the United Kingdom and overseas.
Disney’s Mickey Mouse and Piglet meet ellenor hospice care for children patients, thanks to the Rotary Club of Medway
For many families with children who have a life-limiting or life-threatening illness, taking a trip Disneyland Paris is something they can only dream about.
Kathy’s memory lives on in ellenor outdoor sensory play area
Seeing at first-hand the dedication and compassion of the palliative care team meant that ellenor gained a special place in the hearts of Kathy's husband Dennis and her four children Danny, James, Gemma and Chloe, which made them want to show their support after her death by donating a play area for children within the hospice garden.