Please DO NOT visit the hospital unless absolutely essential. We have introduced new visiting arrangements to protect patients, staff and the public.
Please do not come to the hospital if you have coronavirus symptoms. Follow the self-isolation guidelines if you have, or live with someone who has, a high temperature or new continuous cough. This advice applies to both patients and visitors. If this means you are unable to attend a planned appointment, please contact us using the number on your appointment letter to reschedule or the contact form.
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Dear valued volunteers & supporters,
You will be aware that this is a testing time for our NHS here in Bath and we need your support now more than ever.
We are so grateful to all of our supporters – donors, fundraisers and volunteers – for all you do every day to help your local hospitals. The next weeks and months will see many of our usual events that you so generously support being postponed, however we know that so many of you want to continue, now more than ever, to make a difference – especially to help our amazing nurses, porters, doctors and all our hospital teams working tirelessly to care for our community.
To allow you to help in what feels like a helpless situation, you can help your local NHS in a number of ways through The Forever Friends Appeal to enable us to continue to be there for our hospitals, and our staff in whatever way they need.Volunteer
During this time we will be providing updates via social media, our website and e-newsletters, if you would like to sign up to receive news and information about how you can support our work please click here.
If you have any questions about how to support the hospital or about your fundraising please email email@example.com
Thank you for your patience and continued support
Head of Fundraising
The Forever Friends Appeal is the charity of the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust
We fund projects that make a real difference to the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients cared for by the Royal United Hospitals Bath each year as well as the friends and family who visit them. Our fundraisers and donors make it possible for us to help pay for additional equipment, research and innovations, as well as finishing touches and ‘extras’ that complement the existing high quality care at the Hospitals.Find out where your money goes