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£130raised of £250 target by 11 supporters

    Weʼve raised £130 to Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Neo Natal Unit, Wigan

    Wigan, United Kingdom
    Funded on Thursday, 12th October 2017

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    Hi Everyone

    My beautiful Granddaughter Erin Georgia Wayman was born prematurely on 29/07/17. She received critical care in the Neonatal ICU and HDU Units at the Royal Infirmary, Wigan followed by outreach Neonatal at home, during her first few weeks, and is now thriving and doing really well. The Doctors, midwives and nursing staff have been brilliant throughout.

    Sadly Last year my son Darren and daughter in law Vicky lost their son, George Stephen at 29 weeks on 14/09/17. Again they received great support from all the Staff at the Maternity Unit.

    The NHS is constantly receiving a bad press but their support for Darren, Vicky and Erin has been great so I just wanted to say a big thank you and at the same time raise some money for the Neonatal Unit.

    I will be doing a 55K sponsored walk on 29th October, walking the full length of the Rochdale canal from Sowerby Bridge to Manchester City Centre. If you would like to support the challenge and make a donation it would be very much appreciated.

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    • Stephen Wayman8 months ago
      Stephen Wayman

      Stephen Wayman

      8 months ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Well folks the deed is done. Six of us set off and two of us completed the challenge. It was a beautiful day and we walked the 55K (33 miles) from Sowerby Bridge in west Yorkshire to Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station in 11 hours. A few aches and pains at the finish but it was worth it. I Just wanted to say a big thank you to you all for your generosity, which helped me exceed my target of £250. I am giving Darren and Vicky a cheque for £327 to give to the hospital. Thanks again.

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    11

    • Pete Burgham

      Pete Burgham

      Oct 6, 2017

      Good luck on the big walk Steve!!

      £10.00

    • Anita Garwood

      Anita Garwood

      Oct 5, 2017

      I know what this means to you Steve (and all the family). Best wishes for the day, from Anita and Nic. x

      £10.00

    • Daniel Read

      Daniel Read

      Sep 21, 2017

      Hope you beat your goal Steve, very worthy cause!

      £10.00

    • Duncan McNulty

      Duncan McNulty

      Sep 21, 2017

      Stephen, Good luck on your quest. It's for a very worthy cause. Dunc

      £10.00

    • Jonny Mac

      Jonny Mac

      Sep 19, 2017

      Good luck with the walk. Hope Daz and the family are doing well.

      £5.00

    • carmel wrench

      carmel wrench

      Sep 18, 2017

      Good luck with the walk.look for the kingfisher. The most beautiful of birds. From one family to another. Xx

    • ian Wrench

      ian Wrench

      Sep 17, 2017

      Good Luck Steve , wrenchy, Max and Maddie!

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