Welcome . . .

to the official website of the Leighton Hospital League of Friends

 

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Friends  shop is closed for time being

 

DURING the COVID 19 pandemic we are sorry that our shop in the main entrance to the hospital (see the item on the right) will be closed.

   We will resume normal service as soon as possible. 

How our shop helps to support the wards

ONE of the ways that the Leighton Hospital League of Friends raises funds to provide extra funding for the wards is to run a shop in the main entrance to the hospital.

   It has been operating since 2014 and succeeded one behind the reception desk closed at the end of February that year.

   The original shopt moved into temporary accommodation while a new shop was built across the main entrance from its previous location.

   While this is not quite as big as our previous shop, we still stock most of the lines we had before. We serve people who are visiting patients, as well as some patients, and members of the hospital staff.  

 

   We had previously run a weekly sales stall in Outpatients for more than 20 years, which always provied very popular with patients,  visitors and staff.

   Many local residents had produced hand-made goods for the League to sell on this stall as a way of supporting their local hospital.

   All profits the League make go to a fund that enables us to purchase equipment to benefit hospital patients and the staff who support them.

   The money raised helps to bring the most advanced method of treatment available into the Foundation Trust, thereby benefiting local people and other patients using the Trustís services. 

 

Former Chairman of League dies

 

WE regret to announce the death of the former Chairman of the League of Friends, Peter Andrews, at the age of 88.

   He was also a member of the Rotary Club of Crewe.

   Peter was Chairman during the visit to the hospital of the Duke of York in 2005

 

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Teddy bears for babies

WE marked the 40th anniversary of our founding in 2013, by presenting teddy bears to babies born in Leighton Hospital. More

 

Cheque presentation

Thanks a million . . . and much more

WE have raised more than £1.65 million for projects in the hospital, thanks to people who have supported us.  Milestone | Latest figures

 

a family's thanks

A family's thanks

THE family of a League of Friends volunteer donates a cheque. More

Cheque starts appeal£10,000 cheque

We donated £10,000 to launch a £50,000 appeal for cancer equipment.   More

We help a project

One cheque presented by the League was for a hernia patients project.   More

 

Meeting the Duke

Duke of York

When he opened Leighton Hospital's new Treatment Centre, H.R.H. the Duke of York was keen to meet members of the League of Friends.  More

Can you help with our work in hospital and other venues?

We are looking for more volunteers. Click here if you would like to join the League of Friends.

No spare time left? Never mind,

a donation would be fine

IF, like many people, your spare time is fully committed, but you would like to help us with a cash donation instead, click here.

What we do with the money that we raise each year

Each year we publish a list of the items that we have bought with the money we raise.   More 

The website was launched on July 10, 2004, and was last updated on June 9, 2020

Website index

Home page | Who we are | What we do | Who runs the League of Friends? | How can I join? | How can I make a donation?

Million milestone | Funds we have raised | Marking 40 years of fund raising | The shop | The Duke calls in