A group of devoted residents from Chippenham, Melksham, and Calne have raised an incredible £50,000 for our Cancer Care Campaign. Known collectively as the ‘Your Local RUH Cancer Care Fundraising Group’, the group meets every month to plan fundraising activities and events for the Cancer Care campaign. Bev Viveash, who lives in Melksham and chairs […]CONTINUE READING →
Almost 500 people joined us and took part in this year’s Walk of Life event on Saturday 12 May. It was a fantastic day – the weather conditions were perfect; not too hot or cold and the rain stayed away. Glastonbury festival founder, Michael Eavis cut the ribbon at the start of the walk in […]CONTINUE READING →
People are being urged to talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement with staff at the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust in support of Dying Matters Awareness Week. In 2018, the week will run from 14th to the 20th of May and the theme is “What Can You Do… in your community?” […]CONTINUE READING →
The NHS is turning 70 this year and what better way to celebrate one of the nation’s most loved institutions than with a cup of tea. But this will be more than just a regular brew. On and around 5 July, people up and down the country will get together to raise a cuppa to […]
The Walk of Life is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the life and memories of your loved ones. By joining us for this beautiful walk along the Kennet and Avon canal from Bishops Cannings (Devizes) to Bath, you will be helping raise funds towards building a pioneering new Cancer Centre at the RUH.
Take the leap for patients and help celebrate the NHS’ 70th birthday… by freefalling from the sky with us! 60 seconds. 13,000ft. 125mph. Fundraise at new heights. Our patients and their families face tough challenges every single day and staff at the RUH are always there to guide, support and care for them, day in […]