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January 2021


A nurse from Royal Preston Hospital and her partner are planning an epic 24-hour indoor bike ride to raise money for the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity.  Lizzie Coates and Aaron Denver, from Penwortham, were inspired to take on their challenge by Welsh Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas, who completed a series of three indoor 12...


The owner of a dog grooming salon in Lancashire has raised more than £1,600 for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Royal Preston Hospital by creating a ‘doggy calendar’. Laura Abrams, who runs Furry Tails Professional Dog Grooming in Tarleton, created a calendar with all proceeds going to Lancashire Teaching Hospitals’ maternity and neonatal charity Baby...


Local family-run D&G Builders and Joiners are showing their continued support for their local NHS by donating £1,000 to Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity. Lancashire Teaching Hospitals has enjoyed a fantastic working relationship with D&G Builders for many years, having worked together on numerous projects to improve facilities for both staff and patients. More recently,...


New graphics raising awareness of sepsis have been installed at Royal Preston Hospital thanks to a city businessman who ran the London Marathon in aid of the Critical Care Unit.  Mark Delaney, from Preston, raised £2,400 for the Critical Care Unit in 2019 to say thank you for the care his dad received on the unit when...


Our Breast Service team is working extremely hard to maintain appointment availability, but unfortunately a high number of patients booked in are not attending their appointments. If you receive an appointment with us, we urge you to attend as this is very important for your health and wellbeing. However, if you are no longer able...


Governors have a key role in representing the interests and views of our members, the general public and in supporting our Trust’s performance. What do Governors do? Help us to promote membership opportunities and the role of Governor Develop networks for engaging members and the wider community, including minority groups Seek the views of...


Handcrafted bespoke cashmere scarves and neck warmers are being made in Fulwood to bring a touch of luxury to fundraising for Rosemere Cancer Foundation! The items are being created by longstanding supporter Gill Ellard, who raised more than £300 for Rosemere Cancer Foundation in the run up to Christmas by making and selling festive floral baskets...

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