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£82raised of £1,000 target by 6 supporters

Weʼre raising £1,000 to to help us buy much needed equipment to help our patients with their recovery from strokes.

Location
Nnuh Heydon/dunston (was Gunthorpe) stroke unut
Time left
85 days to go

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A group of the staff on Heydon/dunston ward (was gunthorpe) at the nnuh hospital have decided to lose weight for our ward, to buy some much needed new equipment which will with recovery of our patients . We all will get weighed on the week beginning the 1st November 2016 and will have a final weigh in 1st march 2017 mist staff are aiming to lose between 1 stone and 2 and a half. . Every penny raised will be greatly appreciated. Many thanks

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    3 hours ago

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    Gunthorpe Ward has now moved to dunston ward .

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  • Laura-Marie Churchill

    Laura-Marie Churchill

    Nov 10, 2016

    £10.00

  • Anthony Durrant

    Anthony Durrant

    Nov 9, 2016

    The staff on both wards looked after my Daddy amazingly he's achieved so much in 2 years. Thank you all so much x Anthony Durrant and family x

    £20.00

  • Helen Filby

    Helen Filby

    Nov 9, 2016

    Happy to support the best team and Ward I ever worked in at NNUH. You're all fabulous x

    £20.00

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Tracy for nnuh stroke unit

Tracy for nnuh stroke unit

Nnuh Heydon/dunston (was Gunthorpe) stroke unut

myself and other members of staff on the stroke unit at the nnuh would like to raise money for much needed equipment to help towards the care of our patients, every penny we make will help us to get equipment for the ward that will help many of our patients in their recovery.

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