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Our Home from Home fund helps families stay together when their loved ones are undergoing life-saving treatment at the hospital.
Host your own NHS Big Tea for our NHS heroes, in person
NHS Big Tea: What a better way to celebrate the NHS - one of the nation’s most loved institutions - than with a cup of tea?
Coronavirus crisis - please help raise funds to support the staff at The Walton Centre. #teamwalton
Have your very own Jan Fairclough Ladies Lunch at home
When I was young, I used to get migraines. I would get massive headaches, go numb and hullicianate. This would last a few hours, sometimes a few days. I would take cocodimol to treat this. When I was 17, a doctor called Dr Ros Quinlivan asked my parents if she could scan my brain, as I have had difficulties growing up with dyspraxia. They agreed, and I went for a scan. The results came back, and it turns out that I didn't have a small bleed; I had a condition called hydrocephalus.
Fundraising for The Walton Centre who took care of our good friend and colleague Jerry Daly.
We are kindly asking that friends and family of David Rafter donate monies to The Walton Centre Charity specifically to The Horsley ITU critical care unit who cared for Dave whilst he was with them. After a short illness, dave sadly died on Thursday 22nd April 2021 surrounded by the love of his family. The Horsley team cared for Dave and his family with so much compassion and empathy. We hope that this donation will express our gratitude for the support the whole team gave us during a deeply dif
In memory of Lizzie who was cared for by the lovely staff of Chavasse ward.
Our mate got very ill, you helped him this is our thank you.
We are raising money for The Walton Centre, who we can not thank enough. Ian was treated in the critical care unit at the start of the year and what they did to bring our family back together no words can sum up !
On 21st March 2013 I underwent brain surgery at the Walton Centre. My brain tumour, (which I was told may have been growing for around ten years) was successfully removed, and I will always be truly grateful to the Walton Centre for saving my life. If it was not for them I most certainly would not be here today.
I woke up on my 27th birthday thanks to The Walton Centre. If it wasn't for them, I probably wouldn't be here today.
The Walton Centre were a great support to Jane's family as well as providing brilliant care to her mum, this collection in her memory will help them continue the amazing work they do.
I’m choosing the Walton to support as part of my DofE award as they look after my mum
The Walton Centre looked after our Nanny amazingly before she became an angel and we want to give something back to say thank you!