A charity quiz night is being held at Northallerton Bowling Club, South Parade, Northallerton on Friday 11 April for the Friarage MRI scanner appeal.
The valentines dance at the Village Inn, Brompton, raised a fantastic £3,000 for the Friarage MRI scanner appeal.
A big thank you to piano tuner, Michelle Rudd whose novel way of raising money for the Friarage Hospital MRI scanner appeal has raised £212.50.
Thanks to Thirsk and Northallerton Lions Club International the Friarage MRI scanner appeal has received a £200 boost.
Local Rosemary Conley franchisee, Dianne Darville, is holding a kardy-o-fun interval, 30 minute training session to help the Friarage Hospital’s magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner appeal.
A charity fishing match at the Oaks lakes at Sessay in North Yorkshire – home to lakes for both match and pleasure fishing – raised £250 for the Friarage MRI scanner appeal. A big thank (read more)
Staff nurse, Elizabeth Gledhill, from James Cook’s radiology department and occasionally Friarage radiology department, completed an 193 mile Edinburgh to Northallerton bike ride, raising £312. She was inspired by the enthusiasm of Judith Masterman and the Friarage x-ray reception staff to take on the challenging ride.
Tracy Walker from the Friarage’s radiology department held a rounders event and fun day in her partner, Andy Waddington’s garden – Poplar Garth, Great Fencote on a beautiful sunny day, raising a fantastic £800. Seventy people attended enjoying pork, apple and stuffing, cream teas and homemade cupcakes after the energetic game.
The launch of the Strictly fit steps party at Northallerton Forum as part of a Rosemary Conley class raised £220. 46 ladies were put through their paces enjoying the jive, waltz, quickstep and cha cha cha, keeping fit and helping a good cause at the Fitsteps Rosemary Conley launchsame time.
Fundraising was a walk in the park for children from Emmy Jayne’s Nursery School in Northallerton.
Forty youngsters of all ages from the nursery’s little stars, Harrys, squirrels, little acorns and oaks put their best feet forward raising £425 for the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner appeal at the Friarage Hospital.
They walked from the nursery on Valley Road to Northallerton’s Applegarth Park and back – around a mile and a half – accompanied by their families and nursery staff .
A fun day was had by all and the toddlers enjoyed the fresh air, excitement and helped a good cause at the same time. They also remembered a special little boy who attended the nursery during the walk.
Thirteen will hopefully be a lucky number for head of communications Amanda Marksby. The mum-of-two, who works at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, will tackle the Great North Run this September in aid of (read more)
An ambitious appeal is being launched this week to raise £2million for an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scanner at the Friarage Hospital. South Tees Hospitals Charity is embarking on its first major fundraising campaign – (read more)