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We are compiling a cookery book to celebrate our 70th anniversary and the 10th anniversary of the new hospital.
We would like 100 of your favourite recipes: starters, main meals, puddings and drinks.
Tell us WHY it’s your favourite and what your family thinks!
Please send us your recipes by the ends of March 2021.
Robin Christmas card illustration
There are Christmas Cards for all of your friends and family at the League of Friends. Our team personally selects something for all tastes so that no-one is disappointed!
You can view the cards (and buy them!) at the hospital reception as well as order online. Simply follow this link to Facebook:
Santa and his reindeer Christmas card illustration
Notice of special arrangements:
Please join us on 30 September 2020.
South Petherton Community Hospital
Join us on 6 June 2021 at the Open Day and Fayre to celebrate: 10th Anniversary of the new hospital opening AND the 70th Anniversary of the League of Friends of South Petherton Hospital.
stalls, games, tea tents volunteers to help on the day new League of Friends members Everyone to come and celebrate the wonderful hospital and its amazing staff!!!
We have a new way for you to make a welcome donation to the League of Friends, simply press on this link
You are assured that every pound raised is spent thoughtfully on the wellbeing of the hospital community.
Thank you for your generosity.
The League of Friends held their annual coffee morning at the Methodist Hall on 2 November – and what a success it was! Thank you to everyone who braved the wind and rain, forwent the Rugby World Cup finals and delayed their weekend grocery shopping to join us. Continue reading
Annual General Meeting 25 April 2019
Christmas came early for one happy-camper-hamper-winner! The raffle prize was won by a dedicated volunteer and League of Friends member – we were all delighted that Chris took home the beautiful festive bounty.
We are delighted that three new beds funded by the League have arrived at the hospital and are already in use by patients recovering from strokes.