We're off to a good start with little badges we've had made depicting our little bear with NICU in individual letters on his balloons. This is the logo which you can see on the floor on the entrance to the existing neonatal ward and also on the floor of the parents' sitting room. These little badges are £1.00 each and are available on our stall, on the neonatal unit, from Bridge Farm Nurseries and various other places. If you would like one, you can phone me on 01270 582187.
My 7 year old grandson Jack Parton did his very first triathlon on July 2nd, sponsored for us. He raised a brilliant £200. Very well done Jack, we are all so proud of you. His dad Jon is already experienced in triathlons and it looks as if Jack may well be joining him.
Jen Poulton and Nicola Marshall, the two mums who raised money last year towards the cold cot we bought for the labour ward, have this year joined forces once again with some wonderful workers from Barclays bank. They held another garden party this year, again at the home of Mr and Mrs Poulton in Sandbach. Much work and effort was put into it and a great deal of support from local people and also the Latter Day Saints. We would like to give out heartfelt thanks to all of you.
Today we have banked £1,867.50!
£1,648. 50 was raised by the Garden Party (and this is promised to be match funded by Barcleys Bank)
£120.00 was raised by Ben from the
£99.00 was from a Teddy Bears Picnic from Phoebe's play school.
Tremendous thanks to all of you concerned.
More things are in the pipe line and we hope with this blog that you will join us with this very exciting venture.
Graham Egerton will be doing the Tatton Park Triathlon for us on the 10 September 2011. Please look on his Just Giving page www.justgiving.com/graham-egerton and make a donation, no matter how small. Both Graham and the Ray of Hope will be very grateful. Sarah Egerton can be contacted on Facebook
Stillbirth and Baby loss in
Crewe (Can be found on Facebook.)
Catherine Worrall is holding a Fund Raising Event from 12pm to 4pm at the
Webby Community Centre,
Frank Webb Ave
Crewe - proceeds to the
Ray of Hope.