Hospital launches Forget-Me-Not Dementia Campaign
A specialist day care room designed to provide comfort and support for patients with dementia has been boosted by a £5,000 grant.
The St Edmunds Trust awarded the grant to West Suffolk Hospital to kit out the room on Ward G4, which will be available for all patients
Charity football match with Ipswich Town Legends supports dementia appeal
A host of Ipswich Town fan favourites will take to the field to raise vital funds for West Suffolk Hospital’s Forget-Me-Not Dementia Campaign during a special charity match taking place on Sunday
Mildenhall Lions roar to fantastic charity total for dementia campaign
An annual fundraiser which sees volunteers tour the streets with Santa has raised more than £3,700 for the Forget-Me-Not Dementia Campaign.
The ‘Santa sleigh’ was the brainchild of Mildenhall Lions who spent nine nights accompanying Father Christmas around the town and surrounding villages collecting for the campaign.
Dementia campaign recieves £20,000 legacy
A campaign to further enhance the support and care offered to patients with dementia at West Suffolk Hospital has been left a generous legacy of £20,000.
Teacher turns runner to raise money for Forget-Me-Not appeal
A biology teacher taking part in his first ever London Marathon will be using the gruelling run to raise money for West Suffolk Hospital Charity’s Forget-Me-Not Dementia Campaign.
Ian Stuart, who teaches at King Edward VI School at Bury St Edmunds, will be pounding the streets of the capital next month after witnessing first-hand the effects of dementia.