Turning 18 is an important milestone but one generous Cambridgeshire teenager used his birthday to raise money for The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in memory of his Nan.
A Cancer patient raised £2,000 at a gig to give something back to the medical staff who have treated him.
Downham Lions fundraising was a roaring success after donating £3,000 to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Macmillan Cancer Care and Treatment Centre.
A man from West Norfolk who is being treated for cancer has organised a gig to give something back to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A big thank you was given to the people who helped to create a dedicated Breast Unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A couple from Ashwicken have donated £1,000 to give something back to the Cancer Treatment and Care Fund of Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Continue reading Ashwicken couple donate £1,000
The Macmillan Cancer Care and Treatment Centre and Shouldham Ward at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital were recently gifted £1,300 from Daphne and Richard Ashby from Outwell, Norfolk.
Sadly on 14 March, after celebrating her 65th birthday in January, Mrs. Ashby lost her battle with cancer. As part of her birthday celebrations, Daphne had parties in Outwell and Luton, where friends and family were asked to make a donation to the Macmillan Centre Unit, rather than buying gifts and in total gave £600. Pebbles, the family cat, also donated £5 from her biscuit allowance! Continue reading Lasting Legacy Donated to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Macmillan Cancer Support based at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, in partnership with West Norfolk Community Cancer Support Team has arranged a Health and Wellbeing Event.
The event is designed for people who are living with and beyond cancer as well as their carers. Macmillan, along with other health professionals, will be on hand to provide information and support. Continue reading Health and Wellbeing Event for those Living With and Beyond Cancer