CLWDW


Cheshire Living Well, Dying Well have teamed up with Tesco in Crewe to offer a creative way to remember loved ones. Frances Underhill, Macmillan Public Health and Wellbeing Officer, who leads the Crafting Memories initiative for CLWDW, was invited to place a Christmas tree in the foyer of the Tesco […]

Christmas Tree Memories


Rachel Zammit the Head of Public Health and Communications recently left us to start a new role as Public Health Lead for Sefton Council. Before she went we managed to catch up with her to wish her all the best and took the opportunity of asking to reflect on her […]

Goodbye Rachel!


The End of Life Partnership (EoLP) is delighted to announce the selection of a new Chair, Deputy Chair and the appointment of three new trustees to the Board. The Cheshire based charity saw the retirement of both the Chair Professor, Pauline Ong, and Deputy Chair, Dr Kate Irving, earlier in […]

NEW BOARD MEMBERS ANNOUNCED



Cheshire Living Well Dying Well have been working with local charity Purple Onion bringing Crafting Memories to their groups. Purple Onion, which is part of Lady Verdin’s Trust, supports adults and children with all degrees of learning disability, Autistic Spectrum disorders including Asperger’s syndrome, Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), other physical […]

Crafting Memory Sessions at Purple Onion


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 […]

VOLUNTEERS GETS ARTY FOR EXHIBITION





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