David Hayes, Chairman of the Friends of Yeatman Hospital charity, today announced Richard Hunt, Chairman of Hunt’s Foodservice had accepted the Friends’ invitation to be Patron of the Friends 70th Anniversary Year.
In light of the on going Coronavirus pandemic, the Friends of the Yeatman Hospital have decided to cancel their second Car Boot Sale – scheduled for 9thMay this year at the Terrace, Sherborne.
Report on Local Plan discussion at the Sherborne Town Council meeting 8th March 2021 by Roger Marsh – PPG Chairman of The Grove Medical Centre
Valentines Wishes At the beginning of February the Friends of the Yeatman Hospital offered members of the public the simple online opportunity to send greetings to all the staff at the Hospital, who responded with words of care and affection, bringing tears of joy to the eyes of the staff. For the patients, the Friends […]
Valentine’s day is when we share good wishes with those we love and sometimes with those we don’t know. For the past 12 months the 150 members of staff at the Yeatman Hospital have worked tirelessly to meet all the COVID-19 challenges, and to deliver outstanding care to their patients.
Ian Bartle, Sherborne Primary School Headteacher, wrote this week to thank the Friends of Yeatman Hospital for their support in helping the most vulnerable children at the school, during this most challenging time.
The 2020 Friends of Yeatman Hospital AGM “was a success”, said Chairman David Hayes…. “Normally we have between 30-40 attendees. This year we peaked at 35 on line registered attendees including Friends and members of the public. As it was our first online AGM for all of us we have to be pleased with the results”
We have been busy during the last year working together to meet the numerous challenges due to the global crisis of COVD19 by supporting local campaigns, identifying both the problems and opportunities that COVID19 has presented.
A new opportunity has become available for an experienced Events Management & Fundraising Lead Volunteer.
Local artist, Gill Tiddy, requested that the proceeds from the sale of her paintings and art materials should be donated to the Friends of the Yeatman Hospital. Local neighbours organised the sale in August and raised over £1000.