Donations to our Charity
Warsop Ladies Probus Club donate to Cardiology
The ladies of Warsop Probus Club raised £500 throughout the year and selected King’s Mill Hospital as their charity. It was decided to donate the money to the Cardiology Team at King's Mill Hospital. Mavis Allen and Joan Green are pictured with cardiology staff.
Therapy Services benefit from Careline Community Donation
Nicola Gill and her colleagues from Careline Community Service presented £251 to Tom Frew from Therapy Services. Nicola’s husband Karl, suffered a stroke and regularly attends the workshop in Therapy Services where he continues to make amazing progress.
Volunteers raise money for Body Mass Analyser
Money raised by Fundraising, the Daffodil Cafe and Ward Trolley volunteers has been used to purchase a Body Mass Analyser for use by Occupational Health. Volunteers are pictured presenting the Analyser which cost £6,230.
Easter Treats for patients in King's Mill over the Easter Weekend
Donations of Easter Eggs arrived in abundance over the Easter period to make sure patients in King's Mill Hospital didn't miss out.
Cherubs Nursery gave eggs and activity packs for the children on Ward 25 bought with money raised at fundraising events throughout the year. Staff and children accompanied by their mascot 'Charlie Bear' visited the ward.
The parents of Danny Taylor, who is a regular patient on Ward 25, donated eggs and gifts in appreciation of the care he has received.They are pictured with Danny.
Staff from the Derbyshire Hotel visited Ward 25 with Easter Eggs they have bought throught fundraising.
Members of Mansfield Town U14 team donated eggs to Ward 25. They are pictured with Ashley Neville.
Staff from TTS Group Ltd based in Kirkby in Ashfileld were all bought Easter Eggs. They kindly donated these to Ward 25 at King's Mill Hospital.
Rippon Homes donated Easter Eggs to the patients on Woodland Ward.
Fundraiser for Woodland Ward
Branches of Barclays Bank at Hucknall, Annerseley and Mapperley recently held a tombola at King's Mill Hospital to raise funds for the Woodland Ward. They are also planning cake sales in each of the branches.
Pictured left to right Deidre Hind, Jackie Simpson Ward Leader for Woodland Ward and Tracey Chaplin.
Books for Maternity Bereavement Services
Claire Spindley is pictured with books she has donated to the Maternity Bereavment Services. Claire was given the book 'Saying Goodbye' to read after sadly losing her son in July 2017. She said the book helped her cope with her grief so held a fundraising afternoon so she could donate further copies for other families to read. She also donated Christmas books for people to be able to read to their children as this was something she would have liked to have been able to do to her son.
Breast and Balls Annual Ball
Angela McCreadle and Wendy Broughton organise an Annual Ball to raise funds for the Breast Unit and Urology Services at King's Mill Hospital. The 'Breast and Balls' event raised an amazing £8,000. Pictured (l-r) are Wendy, Mr Ashraf, Urology Consultant, Mr Jahan, Breast Surgeon and Angela.
Valentines Day Fundraising Success
The KMH volunteers held a fundraising day for Valentines. A raffle,tombola and gift sale raised a fantastic £350.00. All profits made will be used to improve patient care and facilities at King’s Mill Hospital.
Renal Unit and Daffodil Fund donations.
Colin Sharpe and members of the Tibshelf & Newton Angling Club have given £700 in memory of his wife Sandra who was a patient on the dialysis unit for many years. £370 was raised in lieu of flowers at Sandra's funeral and the angling club raised £330. The donation is to be used by the Renal Unit and the Daffodil Fund.
Colin is pictured with members of Tibshelf & Newton Angling Club presenting to Damion Abbey and Amy from Renal Unit. Also pictured Val Caunt volunteer
£1,700 donation for Ward 51
Barbara Read kindly donated £1,700 to Ward 51 at King's Mill Hospital. Initially the funds were raised from donations in lieu of wedding anniversary gifts following Barbara and her husband Frank's Platinum Anniversary. Sadly Frank passed away recently so Barbara included funds donated at his funeral. Both Barbara and Frank have received care and treatment on Ward 51. Barbara is pictured with Ward Leader Rachel Gammon, Philip Sprigg, Matron Denise Clay and Anne Sprigg.
Toys donated for Ward 25
The Young Vanish Public House at Glapwell had toys left over from their breakfast with Santa day and donated them to the children on Ward 25. A character from Paw Patrol, Chase, attended the presentation to cheer up the children on the ward.
Clinical Coding Team raise funds for Ward 12.
Andrea Chell and her colleagues from clinical coding at King’s Mill Hospital donated money in lieu of Christmas cards this year and raised £36.16. The funds will be donated to the dementia appeal for ward 12 trauma and orthopaedics.