EOLP


Not that we need an excuse, but as this is Volunteers week we’d like to take the opportunity to say “Thank You” to all our wonderful volunteers. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience. Thank you for giving up your time so generously. Thank you for being there to […]

Thanks to all our Volunteers


Tracy Paine, Chair of Trustees I joined the EOLP as a Trustee in January 2017. I was excited to join this amazing organisation for a few reasons; Like many people I wanted to “give something back”. My Mum had died in the local hospice several years previously and I had […]

Giving Something Back


Paul Morrisey, Trustee Retiring at the end of 2011 I decided that I was far too young to just tend my garden and so my volunteering journey began! Looking around something that would stimulate me, as well as providing me with the opportunity to “give something back”, I volunteered with […]

Everybody Wins with Volunteering



Katharine Helm Trustee
Katharine Helm, Trustee I started volunteering for EOLP in 2018. I had some spare time and, having a clinical background, felt EOLP was a charity I could connect with.  On a personal level I’d also experienced what it means to lose close family and friends and I wanted to influence […]

Give Volunteering A Go



We’re saying a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to local company Orbitas, for a recent donation of £10k which will help us to support local people, and their families, during Covid-19. The donation has funded EOLP’s ‘All About Me’ booklet, which is available from Orbitas, or online at http://eolp.co.uk/compassionate-community-resources/  The booklet helps […]

A Heartfelt Thank You



Do you find it difficult to talk about your end of life wishes?  Or to ask your loved ones what they would want for themselves at the end of life?  Don’t worry, you are not alone.  Starting this type of conversation can feel awkward at best, painful and sometimes even […]

Is it time to talk?


Each month, we’re taking the opportunity to highlight some of the wonderful staff that make up the EoLP Partnership family. This week, Frances Underhill told us a little about her role as a Public Health and Wellbeing Officer. Q: What’s your role at EoLP? A: I am a Public Health […]

Staff Profile : Frances Underhill


Owned by Cheshire East Council, Orbitas, who offer bereavement and handyperson services, donated a very generous £10,000 to enable us to continue working with those in need of support with loss and grief. Cllr David Marren, Chairman of Orbitas Bereavement Services said “Orbitas recognises the good work undertaken by the […]

Thanks to Orbitas



A pioneering project conceived by the End of Life Partnership (EOLP) has been recognised by Orbitas. Owned by Cheshire East Council, Orbitas, who offer bereavement and handyperson services, donated £8,000 to the award winning charity EOLP to help fund their “All About Me” booklets. The booklet was developed to enable […]

Donation from Orbitas