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.
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Cricketing legend Sir Ian Botham is driving forward his support to bring an MRI scanner to the Friarage Hospital.
The TV pundit and prodigious fundraiser got behind the wheel to officially a launch a raffle to win a new car – the latest initiative to help charity campaigners nudge closer to their £2million appeal target.
The bowel cancer support group at The James Cook University Hospital will meet at the Trinity Holistic Centre at the Middlesbrough hospital on Thursday 4 June 2015.