Our official objectives as a charitable trust are...
To improve the overall patient experience provided by Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and to achieve this end it will improve the hospital experience, the equipment available to treat or look after patients and the skills of the hospital personnel. Click on the logos to find out more!
Polly Parrot Appeal
Help us to raise funds for Children’s Services at Basildon University Hospital
Help us to raise funds for the Dementia Butterfly Appeal
Help raise money for the Polly Parrot Appeal by taking part in the following events:
Fun Walk, Sunday 12 July 2015, Barleylands Farm, Crays Hill
The Polly Parrot appeal is taking part in the local Fun Walk, which is held each year to raise money for charities and good causes.
There are two walks to choose from. One is 3 miles and takes in a circular public walk around Crays Hill, including a couple of stiles. The second is a shorter walk within Barleylands Farm and is suitable for families, toddlers and the disabled. Both start and finish at Barleylands Farm.
There is music, a BBQ, other refreshments, and a large barn for stalls - to raise awareness as well as money.
The event starts at 12pm with the opening of the BBQ, with the walks starting at 1pm. Finish time is around 3pm.
For further information about the Fun Walk and The Fun Walk Trust (no. 1151626), see their website at www.thefunwalktrust.co.uk.
Prudential RideLondon-Surrey100 Event, Sunday 2 August 2015
Note: Entries for Ride London-Surrey100 close 6 May 2015.
Were you inspired by last year’s event and want to be involved in the 2015 event? Or just want to take on the biggest mass participation cycling event of the year?
Join us today and help raise funds for Children’s Services at Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals. The Polly Parrot Appeal has secured 5 places for the RideLondon–Surrey 100 event on 2 August 2015.
About the event
Celebrating the cycling legacy created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 starts in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and leads you along closed roads through the capital, to Surrey's stunning countryside and back to a spectacular finish on The Mall. It is a tough event as you'll have to train to a level that ensures you can complete the 100 miles in eight and a half hours and you'll be sharing the road with 25,000 other cyclists.
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