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Thank you to Mr Donald Elliott for donating £600 which was used to take 'Suzy' - the Chidren's ward's rocking horse - to the vet.  Suzy looks brand new much to the delight of the children.  Mr Elliott donated the money in memory of his daughter, Suzy Elliott.

Thank you to Mr Donald Elliott for donating £600 which was used to take 'Suzy' - the Chidren's ward's rocking horse - to the vet. Suzy looks brand new much to the delight of the children. Mr Elliott donated the money in memory of his daughter, Suzy Elliott.

The Christmas 2013 raffle draw by the League of Freinds at Sir Robert Peel Community Hospital, Tamworth

The Christmas 2013 raffle draw by the League of Freinds at Sir Robert Peel Community Hospital, Tamworth

Staff wore their onesies to work at Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to raise money for Children In Need, November 15, 2013.

Staff wore their onesies to work at Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to raise money for Children In Need, November 15, 2013.

Dr Sheldon the Community Hospital Clinical Lead and Anna Winyard Community Hospitals Manager were asked to make the draw at Sir Robert Peel's Christmas Raffle to raise funds for the League of Friends (LOF).  The LOF then visited the patients on Phillip ward to sing carols and provided drinks and mince pies.  Part of the money raised allowed the LOF to donate a Christmas Tree each year to our Café/Reception area and provide Christmas presents for the patients on the ward.

Dr Sheldon the Community Hospital Clinical Lead and Anna Winyard Community Hospitals Manager were asked to make the draw at Sir Robert Peel's Christmas Raffle to raise funds for the League of Friends (LOF). The LOF then visited the patients on Phillip ward to sing carols and provided drinks and mince pies. Part of the money raised allowed the LOF to donate a Christmas Tree each year to our Café/Reception area and provide Christmas presents for the patients on the ward.

Ready for the summer fair 2013 in aid of the childrens' ward at Queen's Hospital, Burton #NHS

Ready for the summer fair 2013 in aid of the childrens' ward at Queen's Hospital, Burton #NHS

Thanks to Boots and Sainsbury's for the donations of Easter Eggs for the children's ward at Queen's Hospital, Burton-on-Trent.

Thanks to Boots and Sainsbury's for the donations of Easter Eggs for the children's ward at Queen's Hospital, Burton-on-Trent.

Customers at the Burton branch of Asda have been voting in store via the green token system to raise money for Queen's Hospital. #NHS #Charity #Thanks

Customers at the Burton branch of Asda have been voting in store via the green token system to raise money for Queen's Hospital. #NHS #Charity #Thanks

A massive £33,116 has been raised for The Burton Breast Care Fund through a year of events masterminded by Branston Golf & Country Club 2013 golf captains Rebecca Smith and Philip Gill. Susan Williams-Jones, consultant oncoplastic breast surgeon at Queen’s Hospital and manager of The Burton Breast Care Fund, received the cheque.

A massive £33,116 has been raised for The Burton Breast Care Fund through a year of events masterminded by Branston Golf & Country Club 2013 golf captains Rebecca Smith and Philip Gill. Susan Williams-Jones, consultant oncoplastic breast surgeon at Queen’s Hospital and manager of The Burton Breast Care Fund, received the cheque.

Thank you to Chris and Jeoff Turner for donating £400 to the League of Friends, Burton. They'd like the funds to go to the Paediatric department at Queen's as their little granddaughter, Megan, was cared for by staff on the ward when she was poorly. Megan's mum, Claire Crompton said: "We're so grateful to the staff on the ward who cared for Megan when she was diagnosed with meningitus shortly after she was born.  I don't know what we would have done without their help."

Thank you to Chris and Jeoff Turner for donating £400 to the League of Friends, Burton. They'd like the funds to go to the Paediatric department at Queen's as their little granddaughter, Megan, was cared for by staff on the ward when she was poorly. Megan's mum, Claire Crompton said: "We're so grateful to the staff on the ward who cared for Megan when she was diagnosed with meningitus shortly after she was born. I don't know what we would have done without their help."

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