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Yesterday, two of our charity Trustees collected 20 care packages from Waitrose in Hove. The befriending charity, Together Co, identified ten people in the Hove area who were already isolated before Covid-19. Some were disabled, living alone and depending on carers, feeling very lonely and anxious. The rest were delivered to Bishop Hannington Church for distribution to elderly ...

Thanks to a kind donation from Waitrose, we were able to deliver chocolates to the Staff and patients on the Elderly Care Wards.

The Friends office remains open to support our local NHS during this time of national crisis.

We have just received a lovely email from a Superintendent Radiographer at the Royal Sussex County Hospital thank the Friends for funding a new phlebotomy chair which is used by 50+ patients each day.

Friends shop staff Jack and Joss has a blast finding an outfit for Argus reporter Harry Bullmore for less than £20.  Harry vistied our charity shop in St James's Street after it was chosen by Vogue magazine as a great place for a bargain. Read all about it here.  ...

No one knows fashion better than Vogue magazine. It's a huge boost for our hardworking shop staff and volunteers to be recognised - the Friends Shop in St James's Street has been picked by Vogue as one of the best charity shops in Britain for finding Pre-Loved Treasure. Read all about it here or pop in to have a look around.     ...

Local schoolchildren visited patients on the elderly care wards at Royal Sussex County Hospital on Friday 20 December. The children came to hand out gifts and treats they and their classmates at St Andrews Primary and Hove Park Junior schools had donated as part of the Small Acts of Friendship initiative.  Donations were also received from Hanover Queens Women’s Institute who ...

Thank you for the exciting and beneficial equipment you have funded. The Motomed Viva 2 brings additional therapy to the acute stroke patients at the hospital, encouraging early return of activity in the affected limb whilst avoiding side effects related to lack of immobility such as muscle wastage and reduced cardio-vascular endurance.

Charlotte Hunt Neuro Physiotherapist Hyper Acute Stroke Unit, RSCH

A big thank you for your kind donation of high back chairs. They will be of great benefit to our Park Centre patients who struggle to get out of the low back chairs.

Lisa Thomas-Brooks, Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist

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