Friday visits for the public

Friday visits give the opportunity for everyone to learn more about St Christopher’s.

Our half day event explores how hospice and palliative care involves more than just institutions. Death and dying are part of the fabric of society, and as community members, we should all be able to make choices around end of life care.

During your visit you will tour St Christopher’s CARE and the hospice, meeting various members of the St Christopher’s team and you’ll get to take part in one of our creative arts sessions where we’ll have the opportunity to discuss death, dying and loss.

If you’ve ever wondered what goes on at St Christopher’s, this is your chance to find out in a relaxed, friendly environment.

We look forward to meeting you soon.

Do download our new History and Walking Tour App

Discovery Days at St Christopher’s

We welcome professionals and others interested to gain insight into the work of St Christopher’s – focused on the past, present and the future.

Opportunities exist for visits – normally planned for a Friday, focused on a programme designed to be of particular value to professionals (particularly those working in the health and social care sectors). On alternate months, a similar opportunity exists for members of the general public.

The half-day programme for professionals outlines our history and founding principles, the care on offer today and how we are preparing for future challenges and opportunities.

During your visit you will tour both St Christopher’s Centre for Awareness and Response to End of Life (CARE) and the hospice and meet a variety of people involved in St Christopher’s who will guide your visit and explain the services we offer.

If you would like a programme that is more bespoke to your learning needs, opportunities exist to co-design a programme as part of a group visit. See here for more details.

You are invited to download our new History and Walking Tour App in preparation for your visit.

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