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.
David Hayes, Chairman of the Friends of the Yeatman Hospital welcomed the announcement by Dorset County Hospital and Dorset HealthCare to provide a new dedicated rehabilitation unit for people recovering from stroke and neurological illnesses or injuries.
Craig Hardaker, (34 from Sherborne, ) of Communifit has been a true charity champion to Sherborne’s Friends of Yeatman Hospital this year raising just under £350 for the charity.
“Following an internal review and having taken clinical and legal advice, my fellow trustees decided the risks were too high, so we cancelled the car boot sale this year. For the same reasons we cancelled the May car boot sale.”
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As part of his Mayoral duties, Cllr Jon Andrews, Mayor of Sherborne, together with his wife Jane, the Mayoress, made a restricted visit to the Yeatman Hospital to show their support for the staff and patients during the COVID19 pandemic.
In an appropriate socially distanced setting, David Hayes, Chairman of the Friends of the Yeatman Hospital, presented Anne Hiscocks, former matron of the Hospital, with a gift of appreciation on behalf of the Trustees and Friends of the Yeatman Hospital.
Several local seamstresses took the initiative and sewed thousands of facemasks to raise funds for the Friends of the Yeatman Hospital while encouraging the local community to protect themselves. Gail Felgate and Sarah Chilcott raised over £2900 with their doorstep sales of handsewn masks.
Never bought a Communifit T-shirt or vest, or maybe you want another colour? There’s no better time than now. Buy T-shirt or vest and make a donation from every sell to support both the Friends of the Yeatman and the Yeovil Hospital Charity.
Following the announcement this week of the promotion of Anne Hiscock, Matron of Yeatman Hospital, to a new post within Dorset HealthCare Trust, David Hayes, Chairman of the Friends of The Yeatman Hospital said;”Onbehalf of the Trustees, and all of the Friends of the Yeatman Hospital, I wish to express our grateful thanks and appreciation to Anne Hiscock for the support and commitment she has shown to the Friends during her time as Matron of the Yeatman Hospital.“We wish her well in her new post as the “Freedom to Speak UpGuardian” within Dorset HealthCare Trust. We know she will continue enjoy further success in her distinguished career.”