Thursday 7th December 2017 Macular Unit will be holding a craft fayre from 10 am to 3pm followed by the lighting up of the Christmas tree outside main entrance which is being switched on by University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust, Chair, Pearse Butler. We will also be holding a raffle and a tombola, so come and be Find out more
Thursday 7th December 2017 Join us singing Christmas carols with the Roose Community Primary School , St George’s C of E School Choirs and Barrow Steel Works Band. All staff, patients and visitors are invited to join us for this special celebration. Carols commence at 4 pm at The Main Reception area, Furness General Hospital Find out more
Friday 15th December Christmas is a time to reflect and remember loved ones past & present, as well as family and friends who are unable to be with us at this special time of year. We invite you to join us singing Christmas Carols with the City Singers. Bay Hospitals Charity invite staff, patients, visitors Find out more
Bay Hospitals Charity are absolutely delighted to receive £4,600 at the Keswick to Barrow Awards for the Bayb's Maternity Appeal. We are so appreciative of every walker who took part this year. Your efforts were truly amazing and we will use the money wisely in support of our newly built maternity unit. Thank you walkers, volunteers, supporters and Find out more
Unfortunately our 60's 70's night with Becki Fishwick has been cancelled due to disappointing ticket sales. Apologies to all those who were looking forward to what we had hoped would be a great night of entertainment. You may be interested in attending one of our other events. We have a Ladies Night planned for 24 Find out more
Just a reminder that £1 coins go out of circulation on 15th October. After this date you can still donate them to your local hospitals to make a difference on our wards. Bay Hospitals Charity will make good use of any donations.
Bayb's Maternity Appeal reaches £150,000. We are over the halfway stage and with your support now on the downhill run to the £250,000. Your support has been amazing. Thank you.
Are you up for the challenge? Can you go 31 days without alcohol this October? By saying NO to the booze, you can get a whole lot healthier and raise funds for your local hospitals. Register your interest today and we will send out a fundraising pack.
Well done to our amazing fundraisers who took part in Born Survivor, Tough Mudder, Great North Run and Tour de Furness. You are Bay Hospitals Charity sporting heroes. Thank you.
We have a busy weekend of sporting activities including Born Survivor, Tough Mudder, Great North Run and Tour de Furness. Bay Hospitals Charity send good luck wishes to all our sporting heroes.