Events

Patients with sight worries can get help at event

Posted on in Community services, Events, Health improvement, Hospitals, National campaigns, Services, Staff, Support groups, The trust

Patients with Macular Degeneration are invited to attend a special awareness day at The James Cook University Hospital – and discover how they can make the best use of their eyesight for many years to come. When they are faced with the news they have macular degeneration, in which the central vision deteriorates due to general wear and tear and lifestyle factors, many patients worry they are going blind.

Microbiology open evening and lab tour

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Staff and patients are invited to attend a microbiology open evening and interactive lab tour at The James Cook University Hospital. Drop into the pathology seminar room between 4pm and 7pm on Wednesday 5 July to discover what microbiology is all about.

Ken’s march with Jeff Stelling to beat prostate cancer

Posted on in Events, Hospitals, National campaigns, Research, Staff, Support groups, The Friarage, The trust

A determined grandad who is battling prostate cancer has spoken of his joy at joining Jeff Stelling on his March for Men walk – and vowed to get involved with the event again next year. Roofer Ken Bashford, 60, of New Marske, walked with Jeff Stelling and other Prostate Cancer UK fundraisers from Middlesbrough FC’s Riverside Stadium to the Transporter Bridge, as part of Sky Soccer Saturday anchor’s effort to complete 15 marathons in 15 days, taking in 40 football stadiums across the country, from Exeter City FC to Newcastle United.

Macular Degeneration Awareness Day

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Our eye experts are holding a Macular Degeneration Awareness Day on Monday 26 June 2017 starting at 9am in the South Tees Institute of Learning, Research and Innovation at James Cook Hospital.

Farmer puts the bar in barn with night of live music

Posted on in Events, Fundraising, The Friarage

A North Yorkshire farmer is opening up his barn to members of the public for the seventh year running, to raise funds for Friends of The Friarage. The annual Barn That Rocks event has become a labour of love for Peter Fall, 70, and wife, Barbara, who now combine the daily chores that come with running the Grazingnook Farm, near Patrick Brompton, close to Bedale, with organising an annual musical extravaganza.

Come dine with us today!

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Help us put patient meals to the test at a Come Dine With Me style event at The James Cook University Hospital on Tuesday 14 March. Join us in the staff restaurant from 12.15pm to 1pm to sample a range of dishes before completing a feedback form to let us know what you really think!