The League is a member of the Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Leagues of Hospital and Community Friends. Registered Charity 285734

If you are wanting information about the NHS hospital services click on this link

Visiting times 2.30 p.m. - 5 p.m / . 6.00 p.m. - 8.00 p.m.

Garden Party Sunday 17 August 2014 3pm to 5pm
Glen Cottage, Gunwalloe, TR12 7QG (courtesy of Lucille and Mark Brown)
Everyone welcome Cream Teas - Raffle - Wheelchair Friendly Venue

2014 60th Anniversary of the Formation of our League of Friends

on the history of the Hospital to be held at the
Helston Community Hospital on
Thursday 28 August 2014 at 6.30 p.m. Admission £5.00

FETE 9 JULY 2014

A very pleasant and successful afternoon - we took £1442.70, which is far better than in any recent year -almost 50% up on last year! A very good effort on everyone's part. The weather certainly played a big part and it seemed that everyone enjoyed themselves.
The raffle held by Ruth Avery raised £532, a brilliant total - The Committee would like to thank Ruth Avery for her support.

Ann Russell, Dr Ken Whittle and Tiffany Truscott

Mike Thomas the Mayor of Helston

Ase Smith, Jenny Mann and Joy Michell

Moira Dixon and Sandy Bartlett

Dr Ian Wort and John Mills

Crete Pooley

We would like to say that all monies given to the League of Friends at the Helston Community Hospital goes straight into equipment for the Hospital and there are no administration fees. So please remember we can only continue to give the Hospital our support if you continue to support us.

All donations can be left at Reception at the Hospital or sent to our Treasurer Sue Atkins c/o the Helston Community Hospital, Helston TR13 8DR

Sandy receiving the Citizens Award March 2014 on her retirement
Volunteers helping with the weeding at the Hospital gardens

The object of the League is to relieve patients and former patients of the Helston Community Hospital who are sick, convalescent; disabled, handicapped, infirm or in need of financial assistance and, generally to support the charitable work of the Hospital. The League supplements the service by providing facilities, buildings and equipment which may be required for the treatment of such patients.

The League works closely with the Primary Care Trust and the Matron and Staff to make this one of the best Community Hospitals in Cornwall. The League provided the "Jack Johns Suite" which was built onto the hospital for the use of patients families when they need to be with their "loved ones" for long periods of time. It gives them the opportunity to prepare a snack for themselves, shower and just relax for an hour without leaving the hospital. The League is also providing a Conservatory and Sensory Garden at the request of the Matron and Staff. (Click on "Purchases" for more photos

).Helston Community Hospital

Registered Charity 285734

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