The End of Life Partnership has recently launched an exciting new project working with local Care Homes. The project aims to support Care Homes in the delivery of good palliative and end of life care for residents, many of whom have dementia. Facilitators from the End of Life Partnership have […]


Ten of our Community Ambassadors got busy crafting a 6’x4’ canvas for display at the famous Whitworth Art Gallery, at an exhibition held on 11th May 2017. The artwork promoted the use of art as a way of raising awareness and encouraging people to think ahead in relation to their […]


TRUSTEES REQUIRED TO JOIN AN INNOVATIVE ORGANISATION – MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO END OF LIFE CARE   (Unpaid – out of pocket expenses reimbursed)     The End of Life Partnership is an organisation which aims to: lead, educate and facilitate excellence and best practice in palliative and end of […]


Eastern Cheshire tackles dementia head on National media reported last month that dementia had overtaken heart disease as the biggest cause of death in England and Wales. The news was based on 2015 figures that had the disease accounting for one in eight deaths, or 61,686 in total. In Central […]

Eastern Cheshire tackles dementia head on

Developing an All About Me folder will enable you to write down and store important information about your life. Keeping information in one place will make things easier for you and your family if you are unable to look after your affairs; express your interests and also for your family […]

All About Me: My Past, Present and Future

Cheshire Living Well, Dying Well Partnership’s Crafting Memories sessions use a range of creative means to encourage people to think about, talk about and take action in relation to life, age, death and loss. Frances Underhill, Macmillan Public Health and Wellbeing Officer, has taken a lead role in the development […]

Crafting Memories – helping to give people a voice