Race on to collect as many Easter eggs as possible for the North Hampshire Medical Fund More than 3,800 chocolate eggs have been donated to charities since the Access Self Storage Easter appeal launched in 2011 Stacked end-to-end, the chocolate eggs collected would reach twice the height of The Shard Access Self Storage Basingstoke
We are incredibly excited to finally announce that £3,846.76 has been raised from the London South Tough Mudder Half on Saturday 16th September 2017. Thank you so much to the wonderful Medical Fund Mudders, we are truly grateful for your commitment, support and enthusiasm to get stuck in (the mud!) enabling us to buy the much
The North Hampshire Medical Fund's first ever Cross Country Fun Ride was held on Sunday 29th October. It was a tremendous success with a turnout of over 300 riders raising just over £7,000, this money will go towards funding one of three ultrasound machines required in Maternity and a retinal laser in Ophthalmology. This was
We are running a raffle with the first prize being an amazing ‘Giant’ Defy Advanced 1 roadbike worth £1,999! This ladies or gents bike will be built to the winner’s specifications. Other prizes include a set of bike lights from Light & Motion and a jersey, shorts and socks from Castelli. Tickets are
In July, we raised the incredible total of £28,000 from Drinks and a Private View of Park House Stables. Visit our Facebook page to view the wonderful photographs taken by Tyron Mills Photography.
Claire Jackson, Trauma Nurse Coordinator at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital tells us about the importance of the Training Defibrillator that we have recently purchased for Accident & Emergency. We cannot thank our supporters enough for helping us to raise funds for this piece of equipment which will train members of staff to help save our patients
On 1st July, Harry Griffin completed his 150 mile bike ride linking up all the different hospitals and healthcare centres, where respiratory consultants care for patients with lung disease who are registered at HHFT. For various distances, he was supported by a respiratory physiologist (Chloe Campbell), a respiratory consultant (Dr Alison Grove), RHCH Chaplain
We are pleased to announce that Sunday's Classic Car Rally has so far raised £20,000! With this money, we will be buying an Ambulatory Urodynamics Machine for Gynaecology, with the remainder going towards a Micropulse Yellow Wavelength Retinal Laser for Opthalmology. Hugh Dickens has taken the most wonderful photographs of the day. A sample