Are your parties the talk of town? Good at organising? Always chatting to others as you walk down Cheap Street? Or maybe you are a budding author who can pen an interesting story for the local press? These are the kind of skills the Friends are looking for in appointing some new Trustees. You don’t need A levels, multiple degrees or a million in the bank. All you need is a heart, a few hours a week, to welcome a challenge, to enjoy giving and be willing to join Sherborne’s own hospital charity in supporting the community.
People like you are already Trustees of the Friends of the Yeatman Hospital, who this year will appoint four new Trustees to take over from the Chairman, Marketing & Communications Chair, Events Manager, and a Trustee without portfolio. You don’t need A levels, or multiple degrees or a million in the bank. All you need is a heart, to welcome a challenge, to enjoy giving and be willing to join Sherborne’s own hospital charity in support of the community.
The New Year has started off with energy and drive for the Friends of the Yeatman Hospital. We have already held a Marketing and Communications Sub-Committee, Goverance Sub-Committee and Recruitment Panel meetings and we are barely a fortnight into the New Year.
Dorset Healthcare University Trust today confirmed its decision to reinstate the MIU “walk-in-clinics” at the Yeatman Hospital with immediate effect. As of now the Hospital’s MIU is open to treat walk-in patients.
Don’t forget the Friends of the Yeatman Hospital 70th Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday September 22nd at 6:00pm at Digby Memorial Church Hall on Digby Road DT9 3NL.
Grab a bargain at the Friend’s Car Boot Sale on Sunday September 5th up at The Terrace Sherborne DT9 5NS Sellers from 8:00am only £5 per car. Buyers from 9:00am to 12:00 noon only £1 per adult. (Children under 16 go free) Free car parking. Sorry no dogs. PERSONAL Covid safety precautions in place
On the first page of the first Minute Book, which record the meetings of the Friends, it was written that at the First Quarterly Meeting of the Yeatman Hospital Visitor’s Committee was held on July 26th, 1951, ‘The Friends of the Yeatman Hospital’ was born.
Friends’ winning all the way with MIU reopening, new equipment, online concert and Communifit 5K run (June News)
I am pleased to say the Friends have been a very busy.
Our campaign to re-open the Minor Injuries Unit at the Yeatman was successful with the announcement it will reopen on the 21 June.
YEATMAN MIU TO RE-OPEN – BEST PRESENT FOR OUR 70TH ANNIVERSARY
It is with great pleasure that we announce with Dorset Health Care Trust the reopening of the Minor Injury Unit at the Yeatman Hospital on June 21st 2021.
As we try to understand the new current COVID-19 rules other things are happening in our community which we wish to share with you.