Frimley Park Hospital Stroke Appeal Presentation

A cheque for 2000 was presented to Keith Hanks at Frimley Park Hospital for the Stroke ApplealIn early June a number of Lions Club Members from Farnborough Lions visited Frimley Park Hospital to tour the Stroke Unit and to hear more about the plans underway with the Frimley Park Hospital Stroke Appeal.

Proceeds from the Farnborough Lions Classic Motor Vehicle Show in April, were donated to the Frimley Health Charity resulting in a cheque for 2,000 being presented to Keith Hanks, Fundraising Manager of Frimley Health Charity by Lion President Mike Edwards.

Frimley Park Hospital Certificate of Thanks

Mike said "It gives us the greatest pleasure to be able to support the Frimley Park Hospital Stroke Appeal".

During their tour the Lions learnt that Frimley Health Charity has already raised 671,000 towards the 1,070,000 goal. The plans are to build a purpose made building in an existing courtyard beside the Stroke Unit to house specialist rehabilitation facilities to help stroke victims along their long road to recovery. We are very grateful to the people of Farnborough for their generosity during the Motor Vehicle Show, together with the traders of Queensmead and Rushmoor Council for their support to help us reach this magnificent total".

Amongst these new facilities will be an outdoor space including a sensory area and everyday obstacles which most of us take for granted such as steps and gravel surfaces, all of which become new challenges for stroke victims as they overcome mobility issues.

The new build is due to start towards the end of 2019 to give the  people of Surrey, the parts of Hampshire and Berkshire covered by Frimley Park Hospital an excellent rehabilitation facility.