Your support has made the following projects possible…

Helen Higginson, our Head of Fundraising, talks about our Forget Me Not dementia garden and Making Waves children's play area, both of which were only made possible with your incredible support.
The Nest birthing suit at Warrington Hospital – Fundraising has provided birthing couch that can convert into a double bed so that mum, partner and baby can cuddle up after the birth… and tea and toast begin!

Our new remembrance garden

Thanks to your support we have been able to create a new Remembrance GardenDSC00745-Web.jpg behind the Kendrick Wing at Warrington Hospital.

We provided funding for the design, creation and construction of the garden which is available to staff , patients, their families and members of the public who wish to take a moment to reflect.  

Helen Higginson, Head of Fundraising said: “I think it’s really important place for staff or families who’ve lost a patient or a loved one. Having somewhere to come and just remember and take time out. You sometimes need somewhere peaceful to have a bit of quiet reflection.”



Miniature cars help put children undergoing surgery at ease

Utilita remote control cars.jpgChildren undergoing surgery at Warrington Hospital are now able to drive to theatre in miniature remote control car. 

The two mini BMW cars, worth £250 each, were donated by Utilita Energy with the aim of putting children at ease and boosting their spirits before their operation.

Warrington Hospital is one of 22 healthcare providers to benefit from such donations so far.
Michael Parker, Retail Manager for Ultilita, said: “It’s the least we can do for the NHS, which has been such a great support to all communities, doing such fantastic work.”

Helen Higginson, Head of Fundraising at Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust, said the paediatric staff are ‘really excited’ to receive the gifts and expressed just how impactful these amazing Gifts will be for young patients. will love these very smart remote control cars.