Monday 5 November 2018 at the Helston
Hospital at 2.00 p.m.
Speaker - Clive Addington, Blood Bikers
Atkins, Wendy Wallis, Ken Whittle,
Clive Addington, Jo Coward , Hospital
Sister Trudy Addington
The Annual General meeting was well
supported this year and to read the
Minutes click on the following link.
of the 2018 Annual General Meeting.
Bennetts and Freddie Angove came to the
Hospital on Wednesday 31 October 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
are raising money to buy bedside cabinets for
the patients, hoists and other items required
by the Sister.
continue to support your local hospital through
The League of Friends of the Helston Community
We are continuing to support our Hospital and
this month we have been asked to fund 10 new
beds, bedside tables and secure cabinets for
the patients.at a cost of £22930.00
Standing aid £5889.00
4 Dyna maps £4780.58
Doppler £ 2478.00
INR Machine £ 811.93
Bench with lockable storage for Tools in the
Sensory Garden £134.79
Agreed but not yet invoiced
2 Cosi chairs 2348.00
2 x Phase 111 mattresses 3000.00
continue to give us your support for your Local
The Helston/Lizard Rotary Club cleared all the
flowers beds in front of the Hospital
is our Volunteer gardener who does all the tidying
up of the Sensory Garden in the Fountain Garden.
monies given to the League of Friends at the Helston
Community Hospital goes straight into equipment for
the Hospital and there are no
administration fees. So please remember we can
only continue to give the Hospital our support if you
continue to support us.THE LEAGUE of FRIENDS of THE
HELSTON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Registered Charity Number: 285734
donations can be left at Reception at the Hospital or
sent to our Treasurer Sue Atkins c/o the Helston Community
Hospital, Helston TR13 8DR
of the League is to relieve patients and former patients of
the Helston Community Hospital who are sick, convalescent;
disabled, handicapped, infirm or in need of financial assistance
and, generally to support the charitable work of the Hospital.
The League supplements the service by providing facilities,
buildings and equipment which may be required for the treatment
of such patients.
works closely with the Primary Care Trust and the Matron and
Staff to make this one of the best Community Hospitals in
Cornwall. The League provided the "Jack Johns Suite"
which was built onto the hospital for the use of patients
families when they need to be with their "loved ones"
for long periods of time. It gives them the opportunity to
prepare a snack for themselves, shower and just relax for
an hour without leaving the hospital. The League is also providing
a Conservatory and Sensory
Garden at the request of the Matron
and Staff. (Click
on "Purchases" for more photos