My wife and I both worked at Royal Cornwall Hospital for 36 years. I was in the Haematology Laboratory and involved in the implementation of the Peninsula Medical School, Liz was a Sister on Delivery Suite. We both retired two years ago.
When Cornwall’s crafters heard ‘the call to needles’ they responded in their thousands, knitting and crocheting a mass of butterflies to create what must be the longest line of knitted butterfly bunting that Cornwall, and perhaps the country, has ever witnessed!
Near to £30,000 has been raised by dancers in Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity ‘Come Dance With Us’ Strictly style event, sponsored by Truro based Independent Financial Advisers, Worldwide Financial Planning.
The Palliative and End of Life Care Team at Royal Cornwall Hospital are calling out to the knitting and crochet enthusiasts of Cornwall to help them create a string of butterfly bunting to reach around the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro, West Cornwall Hospital in Penzance and St Michael’s Hospital in Hayle.
The Marie Kondo craze is sweeping the nation as the guru of decluttering encourages us to say thank you to those dresses, coats and shoes that no longer ‘spark our joy’ and send them on to another life.
After much anticipation, we can now reveal the 24 dancers set to embark on a training course like none other! Our fabulous Come Dance With Us participants will undertake 8 weeks of training in ballroom and latin dance and all the while will be raising funds for their chosen area of Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity. […]
The Cornwall Medical Research Fund, part of Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity has funded equipment to aid research into Severe Limb Ischaemia, a serious condition in which there is inadequate blood flow and oxygen to the lower limbs.