In 1957 the Friends of the Friarage – then known as the League of Friends – were formed to ‘support the work of the Northallerton hospitals by means of voluntary assistance.’ Now in their 60th year, the Friends are celebrating their Diamond Jubilee having raised in excess of £5million for the Friarage Hospital and the local community.
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Fancy joining 57,000 people for the world’s biggest and most iconic half marathon on Sunday 10 September 2017 while also helping to raise funds for our hospitals?
We have a limited number of guaranteed charity places in our Great North Run team so if you want to make this New Year’s resolution a reality get in touch on 01642 854160 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A harmonica player delighted patients, staff and visitors at The Friarage Hospital with tunes and a cheque for £1,000 – raised through concerts and CD sales. Talented David Hewison-Sandyford, 65, of Bedale, brought his unusual harmonica collection to the Northallerton Hospital hub and entertained people enjoying a coffee as well as stopping passers by in their tracks with his musical skills.
Building work has begun to house a new MRI Scanner at the Friarage Hospital as charity campaigners’ edge closer to their £2million target. Construction partners Interserve have started work in the former special care baby unit where the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) equipment, which is used to detect a wide range of conditions in almost any part of the body, will be based.
A patient who successfully battled cancer has raised and donated more than £3,000 for The James Cook University Hospital. Trevor Rand, 37, from Nawton near Helmsley, was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2015. A period of chemotherapy and an operation ensued and he is now cancer free and looking forward to life. Recently married to […]