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Cultural wellbeing

Cultural wellbeing is the vitality that communities and individuals enjoy through: participation in recreation, creative and cultural activities; and the freedom to retain, interpret and express their arts, history, heritage and traditions.


In this section:

Multi-Faith Chapels

Ashford Hospital - Located on the ground floor. Through main reception, turn left along the corridor towards Topaz Suite, and the centre is on the left.

St Peter’s Hospital - Location from the Duchess of Kent Wing - Walk straight ahead the sign says Multi-Faith centre, Chestnut ward on the left.

Location from the main entrance - Take the escalator up to level 3, turn left, then right following the long corridor past ITU / Maple and cherry (on the left). The Multi-Faith centre can be found at the end of this corridor on the right hand side.


Both centre’s consist of:

  • A Multi-Faith Chapel
  • A Muslim Prayer room
  • A Quiet room for both staff and families who may be facing distress.
  • We also have a Muslim ablutions room, for pre-prayer washing of feet.


Pre-COVID, the centre’s offered

  • A Roman Catholic weekly Mass
  • A Church of England Sunday Service
  • Friday Muslim Prayer

These are currently unavailable, but we look forward to being able to offer them again at a later date.

Equality and Diversity

You can find out more about Equality and Diversity at the Trust here.

Respect at Work

The Trust is committed to promoting and fostering a positive culture of respect and inclusion for all individuals including staff, patients, their families and carers as well as community partners.

The Trust's values, the 4Ps, are integral to all aspects of our day-to-day life in the organisation and underpin the application of all our employment policies and procedures. Bullying, harassment and victimisation of any kind is unacceptable behaviour and will not tolerated.

We are all responsible for our own behaviour, and therefore are responsible for the impact of our behaviour and actions on others.

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Cultural wellbeing
Social wellbeing


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