The charity's Education Suite offers visitors a large, airy room for training, meetings and events, which can accommodate up to 50 guests.
Meet in Bucks venue offer
We have a large meeting room available to hire - 'The Education Suite'. This is located near the heart of Aylesbury town centre, within easy walking distance from the station.
The Florence Nightingale Education Suite offers visitors, guests and delegates a large, bright airy room, for training, meetings and events. The room is tucked away behind the Charity offices in a quiet, leafy location is part of a refurbished and modernised Edwardian building.
The space is flexible and can accommodate up to 50 guests in theatre layout. The room size is 17.5m long x 7.2m wide =126sq.m.
Included in the price
We will also reserve 2 parking spaces on site for tutors and organisers. There are public car parks for delegates 5 minutes’ walk away.
The Florence Team is proud to offer guests our special brand of ‘Florence care’ and would be happy to discuss individual requirements and show you around the facility.
If you would like to book The Education Suite, please contact reception via:
About Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity
The Charity part-funds the work of Florence Nightingale Hospice in Aylesbury, alongside the NHS. The money we raise - over £1million a year- is spent on ensuring that everyone in Buckinghamshire has access to first class palliative care when they need it. Our newest service is called Hospice@Home.
The Charity has funded the £600k 2-year pilot to give everyone who wishes to spend their final days at home the option to do so and still receive all the professional care and support that they need.
Corporate support is a significant part of our fundraising income. Talk to us if you are thinking about how you can help the Hospice - there are many ways to help, often at very little financial cost to your business.
It is important for charities to receive corporate sponsorship and support, but we also believe it benefits the sponsor as well as the charity.
There are some benefits to the organisation of supporting a charity, it makes us look good to the public, raises our reputation and accordingly gives some marketing benefits.
It is also important from a team perspective; we believe CSR is an integral part of our brand, and reinforces that we are reliable and ethical.
Further, it allows some excellent team bonding – whether that be a bake off, generating new clients leads through referrals as we pay a referral fee to charity of the referrers choice, or an inflatable run, which 11 members of the APS team completed this summer.
We chose to support the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity as they are local, and provide much needed care in the community.
"I remember saying just after Ray died, I felt really at peace in the Hospice, even though something so horrendous had happened to me. I just felt it was such a wonderful place to be and I actually plan to go back”
"For him it wasn't just the medical conversations. There was always someone around to chat...they were always there to talk. And there was always time, that was one of the most amazing things, they were never too busy to talk to you, and nothing was too much trouble. We even took the dog in!"
“You share that most intimate time of your life with these lovely people...they were just phenomenal. Nothing was too much trouble to make Ray feel happy and comfortable."