Local School's Continued Sibling Support

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Even more families are now able to better entertain siblings during hospital stays thanks to the continued efforts of pupils from a local school.
 
Year seven pupils from Blythe Bridge High School and Sixth Form have worked with UHNM Charity to put together and donate a number of ‘sibling packs’ to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and Children's Department at the Royal Stoke University Hospital.
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Rambling Radiographers Complete Climb

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Members of our Radiotherapy Department have raised £4,560 for cancer patients at UHNM by completing the gruelling Yorkshire Tree Peaks Challenge.

The ‘Rambling Radiographers’ conquered the 24-mile trek of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough all within the 12-hour time limit.

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Tamiley's Trek for Teeth

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How does a 50k trek over the Peak District's harshest environments in torrential rain, all against the clock sound? 

That's exactly what Orthodontic Therapist Tamiley Morris did for UHNM Charity to raise just over £1,300 towards a digital scanner in her department.

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Fundraising PC Bond Returns to Ward

 

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The incredibly brave PC Claire Bond revisited our Trauma Orthopaedic Ward at the Royal Stoke University Hospital to donate equipment bought through her fundraising. 

PC Bond suffered life-changing injuries after being hit by a car during a pursuit in Stafford in September 2018.

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Chris' Fundraising Walk in Memory of Son

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A Newcastle-under-Lyme father will undertake a month-long walk later this year in memory of his baby son and thank the University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust staff who cared for him.

Chris Gibbs will set off from his home in Eastbourne in June and walk the 280 miles to the entrance of the Royal Stoke University Hospital where his son Thiago was born, raising as much money as possible for our Children's Department.

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