30 Years of Wakefield Hospice in Photographs

30 Years of Wakefield Hospice in Photographs

2nd April 2020 marks 30 years since Wakefield Hospice opened its doors and began its journey of providing specialist care for those with life-limiting conditions. In celebration of this landmark anniversary, the hospice has released a limited-edition book of photographs.
 
’30 Years’ provides a visual retrospective of the people who have made an exemplary contribution to the hospice over the last 30 years, as well as some of the stand-out fundraising moments that have enabled the foundations of the hospice to take route and grow to what it is today.

’30 Years’ is an uplifting book, full of portraits taken by renowned photographer, Rachel King, nestled amongst testimonials and archive imagery of the hospice over the years. The ‘30 Years’ book of photographs was part of a photography exhibition held earlier this year, just one of the events being organised to celebrate the hospice’s special anniversary. The hospice hopes the photographs will prompt a conversation around the importance of palliative care and the support the hospice can provide for patients and families who are most vulnerable.

Rachel King, said: “End of life care is a difficult subject matter, involving hard conversations often had inside clinical settings. It is our intention to move these conversations into a wider public arena using creativity as the vehicle for open discussion.”
 
Please bear with us during this difficult period, books will be posted in the coming weeks.
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