Funds were raised and new friends made at the event of the season – the switch-on of the Christmas lights of South Petherton. Continue reading
The mornings are crisper, the night skies clearer and the distant murmur of the A303 is festive – for those of us in South Somerset this means just one thing… It’s time for the Christmas Card Sale and Coffee Morning! Continue reading
Our Chairman was delighted to present a prize bottle of wine to Marion Parr of South Petherton. Marion won our pithily titled ‘How far can a South Petherton League of Friends bag travel?’ competition. Continue reading
The League of Friends has created a striking pop-up display of bespoke jute bags in the hospital’s reception. Due to demand, they can be purchased by lucky hospital visitors across February. Continue reading
Christmas was celebrated by all of those on the Mary Robertson Ward – including local primary school children who sang Christmas carols with gusto for the patients and staff. Continue reading
The League’s new Christmas cards were a huge success and we are delighted to say that they all sold out! A BIG thank you to all of those in Martock and South Petherton who supported us at the various events we attended with our fabulous merchandise.
The League of Friends officially launched their ‘Travel Bag Competition’ at the annual coffee morning held at the Methodist Hall in South Petherton. Continue reading
The sun shone on South Petherton Community Hospital’s annual spectacular – its Harvest Fete and Craft Fair. Smiles were in abundance throughout the afternoon, as friends were reunited in support of the community’s treasured NHS hospital.
Paull Robathan attended this meeting at the end of June.
Amongst other issues, Paull asked about the promised consultation on Somerset’s STP, and the future of stroke care at the hospital. No clear answers were forthcoming, and we await news on both counts. Follow this link to read the CCG’s presentation.
International Nurses’ Day is celebrated around the world every 12 May, the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth. The International Council of Nurses commemorates this important day each year with the production and distribution of the International Nurses’ Day Kit.
Our nursing staff are superheroes (as are all our staff) and, are always there when needed most, changing lives with their unique set of skills. Nurses are heroes who run towards danger, and we thank you for doing so, every single day!