Wallingford Community Hospital – first Community Hospital in the UK opened in 1880
The League of Friends Charity has been supporting staff and patients at Wallingford Community Hospital since 1953, raising funds for the vital little extras that help make a hospital stay more comfortable and helping staff to give the best possible care.
For nearly 70 years your donations have helped make a real difference to countless people; from the small things, like providing someone with a daily newspaper and soothing dementia activities, to large projects like courtyard gardens and medical equipment.
All of this is only possible with help and donations from people like you and local businesses in the community.
To find out how you can get involved and make a difference to local people, click ‘how to get involved’ page.
Chair Kate Eveleigh
Secretary Paul Chisnall
Treasurer Andrew Taylor
Publicity Pam Johnstone, Karina Wyles
Kate Eveleigh, Chair, said:
“What we do wouldn’t be possible without the support of individuals and organisations in the local community”
Wallingford Community Hospital provides rehabilitation, palliative care and mental health services for the local population.