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Join us at the Trustees Conference

We are delighted to announce the return of the Trustees Conference, which this year will take place virtually over three days from 13 - 15 September.

The landscape has changed drastically since we were last able to meet, so we are very much looking forward to welcoming everyone.

To book a space for the conference, please click below.

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Who can attend the Trustees Conference?


This event is aimed at hospice trustees and chairs of member hospices and subscribers. We also welcome hospice CEOs.

Aim of the event


The conference aims to deliver a programme that will help boards explore a number of important strategic and operational topics.

It also aims to enhance Hospice UK’s engagement with hospice trustees and provide opportunities to network and share experience with peers.



The programme will focus on the challenges currently facing trustees and boards. There will be a number of sessions spread across three days, please see below for programme updates.



By the end of the event, delegates will have:  

  • explored issues and topics around the current challenges and opportunities for hospice boards;
  • had an opportunity to share and learn from others' experience and expertise as well as networked with peers;
  • examined and explored their vision.

Ticket pricing

  • Single ticket = £70

(A single ticket gives you access to all the content over the three days)

  • Group ticket = £140

(A group ticket gives you access to all the content over the three days. It allows you to add as many attendees to the ticket as you would like. Once you have booked, you will receive a unique link where you can enter the details of the delegates attending the conference. You can return to this link to add additional delegates at any time) 

Programme information

The programme will focus on the challenges currently facing boards and trustees. We will be covering topics such as governance benchmarking, education and research, recruiting a diverse board, progressive collaboration and the future of end of life care.