The respected BBC Radio presenter Nick Robinson will share his views on the current political climate, constant change and uncertain times ahead during a special breakfast event at Alderley Park Conference Centre in Cheshire on Thursday 17 October. The event, entitled ‘New Chaos’, is hosted by East Cheshire Hospice.
Nick is currently a presenter on BBC’s Today programme and has spent ten years as a political editor for the BBC. This event is an opportunity to hear his unique insights, engage in lively debate, and network with diverse audience members.
Since 1988, East Cheshire Hospice has been caring for people suffering from life-limiting illnesses. The hospice puts patients, their carers and families at the centre of everything it does, and its expert medical treatment is only the start of the holistic care it provides.
All hospice services are provided free of charge to those who need them. However, only 17% of funding is from the government.
Cirrus directors Dr Simon Hayward and Clare Hayward are vice presidents at East Cheshire Hospice and are active fundraisers and ambassadors. Cirrus also supports the hospice through fundraising initiatives and practical support.
Places at this event are limited. If you’d like more information, please call the East Cheshire Hospice events team on 01625 433477, email [email protected], or click on the website link below.