St Luke’s Hospice in Harrow is to re-open its doors to the community for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
The hospice will be hosting an ’Open Hospice Coffee Morning’ on Saturday, 7 May, from 9.30am–12pm.
Aiming to dispel myths around hospice care, the morning will be an opportunity for anyone to come and learn more about the services at the Harrow based hospice, and to see what a ‘positive and uplifting’ place it is to be, says St Luke’s.
The hospice gives residents the opportunity to find out how they help people with terminal illnesses to live well by making every moment matter.
The morning is open to everyone but numbers will be fairly limited so it is important to register attendance and session preferences before Weds 4 May with Angela Higham at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8382 8000 (ext 256).