A winning spinning for special care baby unit

Friday 1st November 2019 7:28 am
Sadie and Rob Elford at the fundraiser ()

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PARENTS of a baby who was born premature have raised an outstanding £11,227 in aid of Royal Surrey County Hospital charity’s Closer to Care campaign.

Sadie and Rob Elford from Haslemere organised the fundraising Big Spin for Tiny Babies – an epic eight-hour non-stop spin challenge – at boutique fitness studio CYC:D.

The £500,000 appeal will redevelop the hospital’s special care baby unit (SCBU) so that families can stay overnight.

David Smith, head of fundraising at Royal Surrey County Hospital Charity, said: “We are so very thankful to Sadie and Rob, and to everyone who helped make it such a huge success.

“The money raised really will transform lives for families of premature and sick babies in Surrey.”

* To make a donation or find out more about Closer to Care, visit www.rschcharity.org.uk/closertocare or call the charity on 01483 464146.


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