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Message To A Loved One Service

Anne Robson Trust and Princess Alexandra Hospital partnership launches a messaging service to enable families to contact their loved ones in hospital during the Covid-19 outbreak.

An Interview on BBC Radio Essex

More information and the contacts details are available here.


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2 in 5 Hospital Patients Never Get a Visitor

2 in 5 hospital patients never get a visitor, but it’s ok as help is at hand…


Listen in to John Gilligan, Butterfly Coordinator at the James Paget University Hospital, explain a little bit more about his role and how we are making a real difference with James Hazell of BBC Radio Suffolk.


Click here to listen in from 1hour 40mins…

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BBC Feature from the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston

Listen to BBC Radio Norfolks’ Nick Conrad explore the impact of our amazing Butterfly Volunteers on the county’s health service.

Click here for the full interview – listen from 1 hour 36mins

About the programme

Join Nick every weekday morning from 6.30am for your biggest listen at Breakfast. With the latest local stories that matter together with regular travel and weather updates plus the latest sports news, you’ll be the first to know in Norfolk.

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Are we ready? ehospice speaks to Liz Pryor

If you were told you only had a few weeks to live, would your family and friends know what kind of funeral you want?

Do you feel comfortable talking to them about what your final wishes are? In short, are you ready? Liz Pryor, founder of the Anne Robson Trust, tells us about planning for death so you can live your life to the full.  

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ehospice: An ART Feature

Here at the Anne Robson Trust, we are very proud to be featured on ehospice.com, a globally run news and information resource committed to bringing the latest news, commentary and analysis from the world of hospice, palliative and end of life care.

“There are too many people dying in hospitals without any support at all and without any family” ART Director Liz Pryor explains. “I’d like to see as many hospitals as possible setting up and running teams of volunteers to support their palliative care team, and patients and their families.”

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ART Hits the National Press

BEL MOONEY writes a heartfelt but uplifting despatch from the hospital end of line


Bel Mooney is an journalist and broadcaster. She currently writes a column for the Daily Mail and met with the ART Team earlier in the month at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, home to one of our first ART Butterfly Volunteer projects.

Click here to read the article written for the Daily Mail.

“We’re so proud to feature in the national press and look forward to continuing our work across the UK to make sure no one dies alone.” – Liz Pryor, Director of the Anne Robson Trust

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Liz Pryor Live on BBC Radio

The National Health Service turned 70 years old today, and as such ART Director Liz Pryor has been chatting with Nick Coffer on BBC 3 Counties Radio about working in NHS hospitals, End of Life care, and how you can help make sure no one dies alone.

You can listen to the whole interview here…

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