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On Sunday, everyone is welcome to come along and enjoy the space – no need to book. Bring a picnic, and they'll provide activities, green space, shade and plenty of cool water! They’ll also be offering a particular welcome to families with young children or babies – ...
Right now our garden and nursery are flourishing. All plants are grown and cultivated by our students and they’re available to buy. This means that by supporting this local social enterprise you’re making a real difference to people’s lives. All good reasons to get your gardening on...
Shamim Umarji explains:  “A total wrist replacement is a complex operation which requires enormous precision to ensure the new joint is correctly aligned and well balanced. Traditionally, the only surgical option available has been to fuse the wrist, which removes the pain but also...
All of these things are reflected in a number of programmes, initiatives and projects that we run for people with learning disabilities and autism at Share. For example: Our training and advocacy work teaches our students valuable independent life skills, highlighting the importance of choice and...
In early 2018, she successfully conceived without intervention and continued to have regular check-ups with medical genetics and high risk obstetric teams led by Dr Ingrid Watt-Coote at St George’s to ensure that both she and baby were doing well. On 22 October 2018, Lauren gave birth to a...
Charles Venn said, “The NHS is a national treasure for a reason – it is there for us all in our time of need, no matter what. “That’s why I want you all to join together on 5 July and show the NHS just how much we love it, by raising a cuppa in support of NHS charities across...
Jim, who is supported by our service in Wandsworth, said, “The football has been very good. It seems to be a long time ago that I started playing. I also love rugby, and do volunteering, reception work twice a week, as well as cooking on Saturday afternoons.” Will Walker, Area Manager for...
Sarah Collins of First Touch NNU in Tooting on how they’ll be celebrating Father’s Day this month, plus some exciting news for later in the year. Most of the money we receive in donations at First Touch is used to fund state of the art medical equipment for the neonatal unit at St...
Jo Brand set to appear at Buzz Bingo Tooting to mark milestone donation of over £500,000 for Alzheimer’s Society & Alzheimer Scotland. Buzz Bingo has announced its Thank You charity event in partnership with Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer Scotland,...
Martin, a former soldier in the third battalion of the parachute regiment, received urgent life-changing emergency care upon arrival at St George’s. He underwent surgery and was then taken to neuro intensive care, where he was placed in a coma for eight days. Seven weeks later, Martin took his...
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