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Doctors and nurses pull on their kits for charity fun day

Doctors and nurses at Heartlands Hospital will be getting their kit on for a special football tournament and charity fun day next week.

The fun day, which is open to members of the public and is being organised by the Hospital’s ward 19, will feature a face painter, bouncy castle, raffle, barbeque and bar.

Kathy Holder, bone marrow transplant co-ordinator from the ward, said: “This will be a fantastic day, with lots of activities to keep the whole family entertained. Our ward cares for people with blood disease and all money will go towards their care, which could be everything from a new comfortable chair, to a piece of vital machinery. We’re really looking forward to the day and hope we raise lots of money.”

The event is free and all are invited to attend. Come along on Sunday 8 September from 12 noon – 6pm at Light Hall School, Shirley.

If you are interested in raising money for a ward or department in your local Hospital, contact Fundraising on 0121 424 3838 or email

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