Sarah, Noah & Reuben take on the Walk of Life Challenge

Sarah Giles
Team

Sarah & The Boys

Team captain: Sarah Giles

About

We're taking part in the Walk of Life, a sponsored walk along the Kennet & Avon Canal to support patients, families and staff at the Royal United Hospitals Bath (RUH Bath).  This may be a 'walk' but it's no mean feat for little legs (or longer ones) at 26.2 miles - a full marathon distance!

The last year has highlighted just how amazing our NHS is. The incredible staff at our local hospital have been working tirelessly every day to support patients, families, and each other throughout one of the most challenging times in the history.  Our own family has been lucky enough to receive incredible care from the staff at the RUH and we are extremely grateful for all that they do.

They have never stopped going the extra mile for us, so now its our turn. Your donations will help The Forever Friends Appeal continue to support staff beyond the crisis and transform patient care, where its needed most. Funds raised will help provide life saving equipment and life saving facilities, innovations and technologies that go over and above what NHS funding can provide.

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Funded

  • Target
    £300
  • Raised so far
    £2,556
  • Number of donors
    59

About

We're taking part in the Walk of Life, a sponsored walk along the Kennet & Avon Canal to support patients, families and staff at the Royal United Hospitals Bath (RUH Bath).  This may be a 'walk' but it's no mean feat for little legs (or longer ones) at 26.2 miles - a full marathon distance!

The last year has highlighted just how amazing our NHS is. The incredible staff at our local hospital have been working tirelessly every day to support patients, families, and each other throughout one of the most challenging times in the history.  Our own family has been lucky enough to receive incredible care from the staff at the RUH and we are extremely grateful for all that they do.

They have never stopped going the extra mile for us, so now its our turn. Your donations will help The Forever Friends Appeal continue to support staff beyond the crisis and transform patient care, where its needed most. Funds raised will help provide life saving equipment and life saving facilities, innovations and technologies that go over and above what NHS funding can provide.

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