To help continue with the excellent technology which is saving lives.
I am raising money in memory of a family friend who died during lockdown after a battle with a Brain Tumour. Also other family and friends who have or been having treatment at your hospital
I had absolute trust in the amazing dedication of all the surgeons, doctors, nurses, therapists, and not least the support personnel who cared for me medically, raised my spirits with your kindness, and humour. You gave me hope in the darkness. Your medical skills, empathy and innovations including Sarah Steady, the Transformer and I hope emerging technology will also help transform, and support the wonderful work of the Walton.
An old friend has received help and support, this is to ensure it can always continue
A very dear friend of mine was diagnosed with Encephalitis in December 2016. Given the magnificent care and treatment she received at the Walton Centre, she made a full recovery. She was admitted as soon as the diagnosis was confirmed, and had to stay at the Centre for 3 months. Her treatment was outstanding and the doctors and nurses were exceptional. So my friend and I are doing this Mountain Hike together to raise awareness and funds for the great work they do at the Walton Centre. Kind regar
I have been a patient here
A thank you to the amazing staff at the Walton Centre that helped me to recover from a near fatal bike accident July 2012 with hope that they can do even more to help people recover from brain injuries
My husband had surgery not so long ago in your hospital an the care hes recieved was amazing, hes under walton neuro for life now, i couldnt wish for a better hospital to take care of him. Well and truly blessed.
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.
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
Following her accident in October 2019, Jennifer received life-saving treatment at the Walton Centre.