Exhibition showcases work of North London Hospice photography group

Mary Galligan from North London Hospice encourages local people to visit the free exhibition before 9th February

Bambos Charalambous (left) attended to exhibit launch
Bambos Charalambous MP (left) attended to exhibit launch

The North London Hospice photography group ‘Catching The Light’ launched their new exhibition Without Boundaries in November.

Our photography group is comprised of a diverse group of patients, carers and bereaved family members with a range of experience. The peer-led group was formed in 2017 with all activities initiated, structured and executed by members for members.

As we have faced and continue to face uncertainties in different ways, we have decided to give space to individual expression rather than focus a theme for the group as a whole. All profits from the sale of the photographs will go towards the services and activities at the North London Hospice.

Enfield Southgate MP Bambos Charalambous and the mayor of Haringey, Lester Buxton, were among special guests at the launch of the exhibition on 10th November at North London Hospice in Winchmore Hill.

Charalambous said: “It was a pleasure to attend the wonderful Catching the Light exhibition and see the fabulous pictures taken by the hospice’s photography group. I was so impressed I bought one of the photographs!”

The photography group is part of the wellbeing ‘Compassionate Neighbours’ groups run by the North London Hospice, which provides specialist end-of-life care to more than 3,500 patients in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey.

We are committed to empowering patients through their vision of providing the best of life, at the end of life, for everyone. Compassionate Neighbours is our volunteer-led support scheme for people who have a life limiting condition who are lonely and/or socially isolated.

The Without Boundaries exhibition is open to the public until 9th February. Tickets are free but booking is essential via the event link here or visit Eventbrite and search for North London Hospice.

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