Fish Tank for QMC CED

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fish-tank1On behalf of the Children's Emergency Department I would like to thank the TLC Nottingham Freemasons very much for purchasing the department a new fish tank and accessories.

It has been a real success and has attracted a lot of attention from the children and their parents. The children really enjoy watching the fish and looking at the characters in the tank.

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email re CED Fish Tank

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Hi Graham,

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you know how busy it can be here. Just wanted to thank you and the masons for your extreme generosity of the new fish tank and fish for the childrens emergency dept. The tank is consistently a focal point for children coming to dept, often kids making a bee line straight for it with a look of amazement on their faces, and the parents too. It is such a valuable distraction from some of the worries or discomfort they might be feeling when they have to come to the Emergency dept along with the TLC bears. Many thanks again for all your support of all we do,

Your sincerely
Paul Francis
Junior Charge Nurse
Children's Emergency Dept
NuH Hospital
Nottingham

Bereaved Parents Family Day

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bereaved3Jackie Browne and Alison Rushton from the Child Bereavement Team at Nottingham Children’s Hospital would like to say a huge thank you to ‘Teddies for Loving Care’ for the very kind donation of teddy bears which were given out to all the younger bereaved siblings who attended the Bereaved Parents Family Day at Blotts Country Club earlier this summer.

The Day has become an annual event that provides the opportunity for bereaved families, adults and children, to come together to meet others, who have all sadly experienced the death of a child.

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Children and Young People’s Kidney Unit

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Dear Graham

RE: TLC APPEAL

This is to update you on the distribution of the teddy bears you have kindly donated to the children in our unit.

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Ben - Safe and Well

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Dear TLC,

Yesterday evening our little grandson Ben, aged five, had a nasty fall from the top of a 'mounting block' outside the old farmhouse where he lives with his parents. He fell backwards and hit his head on hard ground and when his father (Simon) and mother (Emma) picked him up he went floppy and rolled his eyes.

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