Brighton iDrop - 3rd Oct 2020

To celebrate 50 years of maternity services in the Tower Block at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, we are going to abseil the i360 to raise money for Friends of Brighton & Hove Hospitals. The Maternity Ward in the Tower opened on 4 October 1970 and since then thousands of babies have been born there. Maybe you were one of those babies, a parent or a child of one, or perhaps you're just up for a challenge! We are looking for 18 brave people to take part in this dare-devil experience. To secure your place we're asking for £50.00 registration fee and a minimum of £250.00 sponsorship. Full details of Terms & Conditions and ticket sales. 

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Katy Wells is the Fundraiser for Friends of Brighton & Hove Hospitals.

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To express my thanks and gratitude to Friends of Brighton & Hove Hospitals for funding 3 expiratory and inspiratory respiratory muscle trainers. This is an innovative approach in voice and swallow therapy which helps patients in rehab working to improve their swallow function, cough and secretion management and also patients with long standing swallowing difficulties.

Duncan Brown, Advanced Speech and Language Therapist, ENT Department, Royal Sussex County Hospital

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