We need your support to fund a Virtual Reality Training Simulator, that will help train the next generation of Neurosurgeons Read more
Help us put your donation to work wherever the need is greatest.
Our Home from Home fund helps families stay together when their loved ones are undergoing life-saving treatment at the hospital.
Monies raised here helps The Walton Centre buy and fund innovative healthcare and equipment.
Your donation will make a real difference to patients treated at the hospital now and in the future.
We need your support to fund a Virtual Reality Training Simulator, that will help train the next generation of Neurosurgeons
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
The Walton Centre
To give back
My name is Sarah Day I will be running my first 1/2 marathon on 17th October 2021. I wanted to do something special for my dads 70th birthday so I signed up to run the Swansea 1/2 marathon, to fundraise funds for the Walton centre who have treated and monitored my dad over the years. Due to covid I wasn't able to run last year but taking the challenge this year 2021.
My grandson is currently a patient at the Walton Centre.
In memory of our sister Carrie who passed away in January after contracting bacterial meningitis and falling into unconsciousness. The staff and team at Walton Centre cared for her with compassion and grace until she passed.
This is to say a massive thank-you to the Walton Centre’s amazing nurses, Neurologists and Neurosurgeons for everything they have done for me over the last 2 decades, which has culminated in surgery and the chance of a future without epilepsy! We hope to raise some money that will benefit the Walton Centre and help them to continue to support people with epilepsy and other neurological conditions.
The Walton Centre treated my mum during her brave battle with cancer. The nurses and staff were wonderful and cared for her as if she was one their own closest family members. I would now like to give back to thank the nurses and honour my wonderful mum as well as fund research specifically in the Neuro Oncology for Brain Tumours.
To give something back
Raising money for the hospital which saved my brother's life
In memory of my Dad
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