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28Jun

Gender expression is the ways you present gender, through your actions, clothing, demeanour, and more. Your outward-facing self, and how that’s interpreted by others based on gender norms. If we try to describe masculinity or femininity, we find that it is highly dependent on your culture, your upbringing and who you’re asking. Blue...

28Jun

Father Andrew Allman, the Catholic Priest at St Clare’s and current Chaplin at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals is moving on, having been given unexpected promotion. We agree to meet in the chapel at the Royal Preston Hospital. He arrives unannounced with the air of someone on a mission and that every moment counts and yet...

28Jun

For two colleagues, this Saturday is a pivotal moment in their careers, both within the Trust and the Church of England family Martin is as always charming and welcoming, whilst Liz is earnestly eating her lunch before returning to her busy schedule in the physiotherapy department Martin McDonald is the lead chaplain for Lancashire teaching...

27Jun

Patients are being offered faster treatment in different parts of the country as part of an NHS ‘final push’ to virtually eliminate the number waiting two years or more. The NHS Elective Recovery Plan, published earlier this year, set out how the health service would address Covid-19 backlogs in treatment, initially focusing on the longest...

27Jun

Apprentices at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust were recognised at the first Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS Health & Social Care Apprenticeship Awards. The event was hosted by BBC One's the Apprentice contestant, Aaron Willis, at Mellor’s Stanley House Hotel and Spa. Twelve apprentices from Lancashire Teaching Hospitals were shortlisted for awards across eleven categories. The...

27Jun

Thank you so much to everyone who’s registered for our Cross Bay Walk! It’s been wonderful to see so many of you getting involved – it’s also very touching to hear people’s reasons for joining us too. One of our lovely supporters, Rachel Allen, from Preston, has raised over £200 so far for...

27Jun

  Rosemere Cancer Foundation would like to thank our very own Professor Mohammed Munavvar, who is hosting a special Eid Dinner to raise funds for the cancer charity. The even is taking place on the 18th July at the Imperial Banqueting Suite, St Mary's Street North, Preston. Following dinner, there will be short, informative presentations from...

22Jun

Dentistry equipment billed as “game changing” for how it can be used to speed patient healing and reduce the risk of treatment complications has been bought for the dental teams at the Royal Preston and Chorley and South Ribble Hospitals by Rosemere Cancer Foundation. The charity had help from staff at Preston’s Springfields Fuels...

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