Cystic Fibrosis Team say Bonjour to Bounceathon!

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It’s space hoppers & pogo sticks at the ready for our Cystic Fibrosis team who will be hopping, bouncing & boinging the 696-mile return trip to Paris over the next month to raise funds for our Cystic Fibrosis Centre.

With a pound a mile sponsorship, the team are hoping to raise as much money as possible for the North Midlands Cystic Fibrosis Centre, which is co-ordinated from the Royal Stoke University Hospital.

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Sisterly Love for Critical Care

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After her sister Gwynneth was admitted to the Critical Care Unit at our Royal Stoke University Hospital with a serious infection, not only did Amanda Pope (right) travel from Rugeley every day for a month to be by her bedside, but she wanted to say thank you to our amazing staff who looked after her too.

Amanda raised a brilliant £600 through a sponsored alcohol-free October, money which will go directly to the unit which looks after some of our area’s most poorly people.

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Keep Fit Group's Year of Fundraising

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A local keep fit group has raised almost £2,000 for the UHNM Charity over the past year.

The Pheonix Keep Fit Group from Newcastle-under-Lyme raised over £1,800 in the past year for our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

The group, who meet every Friday at the town's Methodist Church and are run by long-time supporter Ann Culley, raised the money through keep fit classes, sponsored walks and selling knitted baby items, and were presented with their cheque by UHNM Charity Manager Steve Rushton.

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Charity Funds Provide New Critical Care Equipment

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Patient care in our Critical Care Department has been further improved thanks to funds raised by the UHNM Charity.

The department at Royal Stoke University Hospital was able to purchase a brand new GE Venue ECHO ultrasound machine which can be used at patient’s bedsides.

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