Fundraising

Bev races to put patients first

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Intrepid nurse Bev Tytler is really going that extra mile to help patients at the hospital where she works. Bev, 38, from Ingleby Barwick is pulling on her running shoes and taking part in this year’s Taylor Wimpey Middlesbrough Tees Pride 10K.

Craig takes up the gauntlet for tiny tots

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NTREPID Craig Robinson, 39 from Boldon is really pushing himself to the limit to help tiny poorly and premature babies and their families. Craig, a PE teacher at Thorp Academy in Gateshead is braving a number of challenges to raise money for the neonatal unit at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough which cared for his son Harry, who was born prematurely at 10 weeks and two days in 2008.

Family gardening fun day

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Families are invited to join in a range of garden-based activities at the first of a series of fun open days at Trinity Holistic Centre. The centre, based at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough, will open its doors to all local families on Saturday 11 July from 12noon to 2pm.

Trio take a hike for scanner

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Three walkers really stepped up to the mark for the Friarage Hospital’s MRI scanner appeal. The intrepid trio – Judith Masterman from the appeals team, Glen Rock, Friarage hospital PA and husband Chris – completed the gruelling Lyke Wake Walk in an impressive 21 hours braving testing conditions and showing incredible spirit.