Military personnel at the Friarage will be splashing out at a charity car wash and raffle at the Northallerton hospital on Thursday 13 June from 8am to 6pm. The fun event is being held to support and improve the high standards the Ministry of Defence Hospital Unit (MDHU) unit at the hospital strives to for its military personnel. Staff, patients and the public who feel their car is in need of a bit of a wash can pop down to the hospital’s main car park to show their support and have their car washed for only £3, and take part in the raffle.
The Friends of the Friarage Hospital’s annual general meeting will be held on Wednesday 3 July 2013 at 7.30pm in the conference room at the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton. The guest speaker at the meeting this year will be South Tees Hospitals NHS Trust’s chairman, Deborah Jenkins. Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting to hear how the Friends have benefited the hospital and its patients over the past 12 months. Refreshments will be provided.
A Teesside pub is organising a bumper family fun day to raise funds for the children’s ward at The James Cook University Hospital. The Coulby Farm Pub has pulled out all the stops to ensure there is something for everyone with DJ Lisa hosting the garden party and games on Bank Holiday Monday (27 May) from 12noon.
Intrepid Mike Hamm is gearing up to cycle the Yorkshire stage of the Tour de France on a pre-Tour de France ride to help future cancer patients. Accompanied by members of Team GB and Team Raleigh professional cycling team, Mike, 44, from Catterick Village will take on the marathon cycle ride on Wednesday 8 May 2013. Mike was inspired to tackle the challenging ride to raise money for the Mowbray suite complementary therapy service at the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton.
Local have anglers reeled in £2,600 to go towards redeveloping a facility for treating patients with blood cancers and other blood disorders at James Cook. The Lower Tees Angling Association holds an annual blue ribbon event at the start of the fishing season – The James Cook Hospital cup – which attracted more than 90 competitors.