Monday, 21 May 2012

Friday, 30 March 2012

Shop Totals so far this year

Our totals so far from January to September 2012:

Bric a Brac Shop  -  £4337.77

Book Shop  -  £3990.64

Monday, 28 February 2011


We are very fortunate that so many individuals and organisations remember and support us. 

Recently we have had:

£71 from Elsie-Mae Griffiths in lieu of gifts for her 80th birthday.

£60 from the Priors Masonic Lodge.

£90 in lieu of funeral flowers from Colin Bradbury.

£70 Courtesy pack donations from J Barnes and K Graham.

£250 anonymous.

£330 Phoenix  Cards 

£500 Stoneleigh United Charities . 

We have also been left two fantastic legacies of £27735 and £14000 from the respective estates of Miss Mary Bakewell and Mr Frank Howell. 

The AP Club is closing and has donated £510 as one of its chosen charities to support with the final funds.

The Warwick Rotary Club kindly donated £800 in September 2010

Other Income 2010

The Warwick Rotary Club kindly donated £800

The Christmas Raffle raised £851.40

Guess the Weight of the Christmas Cake £171.52

Wrapped Christmas shoe boxes for the Operation Christmas Child £177.60. 
Our thanks go to Miriam for all the time and effort she gave to help with the above.

Use of Funds 2010

Last year, the Committee agreed to purchase the following equipment: at a total cost of nearly £43000.

· Patient scales, 2, — Fairfax Ward

· Chairs — GU Clinic patient waiting area

· Bibs — Special Care Baby Unit

· Bladder scanner — Orthopaedic Unit

· Patient/Carer Beds, 4, — McGregor Ward

· Storage units — Nicholas Ward

· Toiletries courtesy packs, 2000

· Notes trolley — Victoria Ward

· Special chair — ENT

· Storage units — Nicholas Ward

· Cough machine — Physiotherapy

· ECG machine — Mary and Victoria Wards

· Refurbishment day rooms — Swan and Mary Wards

Patient/Carer Beds. McGregor Ward

Bladder Scanner

George Robinson

George Robinson was a member of The League of Friends for 12 years.   George decided he would like to help at Warwick Hospital in recognition of the care his late wife received here. 

George worked tirelessly at collections and by selling raffle tickets and fundraising for the League, before retiring in 2008.

George died peacefully at home with his family beside him on the 7 January 2011 aged 89 years.