After spending two weeks on the Special Care Baby Unit at Furness General Hospital with her daughter Imogen last year, mum Ellie Benn celebrated her first birthday with a daring sponsored skydive, raising over £850 for the Unit through Bay Hospitals Charity. Ellie said, “Our little girl Imogen was born at 34 weeks and weighed Find out more
Left to right: Heidi Bowron, Bay Hospitals Charity; Jayne Carr, Ward Clerk; Kerry Chapple, Clinical Leader; Terrie Fretwell, CSW; Solphie Gibson and Jillian Yates from Allithwaite Bowling Club. Front: Ellie Butcher Each year Allithwaite Bowling Club raises funds for a different charity, and this year they decided to give to the Stroke Find out more
On the evening of Friday 1st November Bay Hospitals Charity will be holding a night of chills, thrills and disco at Barrow Cricket Club. The charity night promises to be not only spooky but very special, raising much needed funds for Rheumatology and Respiratory at Furness General Hospital. Sue Thomson, Clinical Lead for Ward 7, Find out more
Due to unforeseen circumstances the Wiggle Waggle Walk has been cancelled. Please contact Bay Hospitals Charity if you would like a refund.
Councillor Robert Redfern, Mayor of Lancaster 2016-2017 presents a cheque for £15,668.59 to Dr Paul Smith, for the Diabetes Centre, Royal Lancaster Infirmary. Robert chose to support the Diabetes Centre as his charity during his term as Mayor of Lancaster as it is a cause close to his heart. The Diabetes team would like Find out more