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Date: Friday, September 5, 2014 - 13:30
Women from across the North West are being invited to get their wiggle on to fund a much need counselling service at Saint Mary’s Hospital, Manchester. Saint Mary’s Hospital Charity is holding its third annual Zumbathon, entitled Wiggle for Women, on Sunday 5th October at the National Squash Centre, SportCity. Held between 12-3pm, the three-hour fitness party will be led by a team of Zumba More...
Date: Thursday, August 28, 2014 - 11:15
The charity team, based in the lodge, is relocating to a new office.  To enable the move to take place the office will close at 5pm on Thursday 28th August and the new office, located in Citylabs , will open at 1pm on Monday 1st September.  During this closure the charity team will not be responding to e-mails and all phones will be diverted to voicemail.  The team will endeavour to respond to More...
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Date: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 - 16:15
On Saturday 30 August, extreme fundraiser Jack Sexty could bounce into the record books for a third time this year by recording the fastest mile on a pogo stick. The 24-year-old Masters student, who in April became the first person in history to pogo an entire marathon, will attempt the speedy stunt in Helsingborg, Sweden, to boost funds for Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity. Jack, More...
Date: Friday, August 8, 2014 - 16:00
On Friday 8th August Sale Sharks’ Danny Cipriani opened our newly enhances rehabilitation centre. Thanks to a generous donation of £40,000 from the Wooden Spoon Charity, the hospitals' Lime Arts team were able to redesign the physiotherapy gymnasium and associated treatment rooms in Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.
Date: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 - 11:45
Families from the Newborn Intesive Care Unit (NICU) officially opened two new feeding rooms designed to enhance the family experience for parents of babies on (NICU) at Saint Mary’s Hospital on Monday July 28th. The neonatal ward, a 58 cot facility for the poorliest newborns at the hospital, has recently undergone work to improve the time spent on the unit for the families of the babies in the More...

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