Thank you to the members of the Helston/Lizard Rotary Club for giving up their Sunday morning to weed the Sensory Garden at the Helston Community Hospital
October 2022
Ann Ferris (centre) Chair of League of Friends of Helston Community Hospital with Garry Tremayne, his mum Sue Tremayne, Garry's wife Lisa and Darren Turner Chairman of Mullion Cricket Club.
Garry is the brother of David Tremayne of Mullion who sadly died of lung cancer 4 years ago at Helston Community Hospital.
Garry, felt that David and the family were so well supported by the nurses and staff at Helston Community Hospital that they wanted to raise money for the hospital. The family did this by organising "David's Day" at Mullion cricket club on August bank holiday Sunday. Raising money by having a raffle and cricket match with prizes kindly being donated by local people and businesses which included a Spa day and Cream tea from Mullion Cove Hotel.

The fantastic amount of £2216.37 has been raised for the hospital.

David's Day raised £1660.68 and an ongoing raffle, divided between LOF and Mullion Cricket club throughout the season raised £535.69 with an additional donation of £20.

Garry, Darren Turner and other members are planning to make David's day an annual event to be held each year on August bank holiday Sunday.
318 Masonic Lodge Presented the League of Friends of the Helston Community Hospital with a cheque at the Cornwall Masonic Charitable Foundation Presentation, on Sunday 22nd May 2022 at King Arthur’s Hall Tintagel Cornwall

Thank you to Paula Julian for raising £1250 from making masks and selling them outside her house and donating the money to the League of Friends.
What an inspiration and this money will be used within Helston Hospital to assist the Nurses and patients during this difficult time. (July 2020)

President, Dr Ken Whittle and Mrs Paula Julian
The League of Friends is fortunate to have the support of the Helston/Lizard Rotary Club.
President Ken Whittle with "Chuck"

Christmas 2019

The League of Friends buys presents for all the patients at the Hospital over Christmas.
Cecil Bennetts and Freddie Angove came to the Hospital and sang to the patients and presented our Chairman, Jo Coward, with a cheque for £2,500 which will provide a new bed and bedside cabinet for a ward. Their support is greatly appreciated.
Thank you to Helston Comprehensive School for fundraising for our League of Friends.
Thank you to the Mullion Ladies for fundraising for our Hospital
Thank you to the Under 16 Rugby Club for fundraising for our Hospital
Special thanks to Neill Wilson for organizing the Remembrance Service again this year. Photos to follow

Thank you for all your support we raised £ the 2019 Fete

Special thanks to Commander Martin Barlow for doing us the honour of opening the Fete,
and to all those who came along to give us their support.

Our sincere thanks to Phoenix Signs for donating our new signs !

Captain Martin Barlow
Captain Martin Barlow
President Ken Whittle and The Mayor John Martin