AGM

We were unable to hold our AGM in the Subscription Rooms last September and notification was given of a postponement until Spring 2021. In common with most organisations we are now holding our AGM via the internet (Zoom). we expect that the meeting will not be lengthy...

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Thank You NHS

The League of Friends recognise the dedication, resilience and adaptability shown in the face of the most extreme and unimaginably challenging circumstances by all the staff of the two hospitals and Weavers Croft. This gratitude extends equally to the administrators...

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Volunteers and Gardening Group

Volunteering within the hospital remained suspended from March 2020 until beyond June 2020. However, a few members of the gardening group resumed their activities during the early summer, either working singly or one or two working socially distanced. This meant that...

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Suspension of normal League of Friends’ activities

Horsfall House: Whilst the League's Respite care accommodation continued as normal until March 2020, it was abruptly suspended once it became unsafe for it to continue, and remained so for the rest of 2020. Weavers Croft: Social distancing measures severely impacted...

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Covid Response

Our immediate response was to allocate emergency funding to Stroud Hospital (£20,000) and Stroud Maternity (£10,000) for them to spend on whatever they needed for the fast moving and rapidly changing situation helping them to cope with the new challenges on hospitals...

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Free Respite Care

As you may be aware Stroud Hospitals League of Friends has been providing free Respite Care at Horsfall House, Minchinhampton since 2019. Eligibility is not based on means, but upon need and being registered with one of the 11 local GP practices covering the Stroud...

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Christmas Greetings and Update on 2020

Dear All December is a perfect opportunity to look back both on the past year and forward to what next year may bring. 2020 has held individual challenges for us all, and everyone had to face varying difficulties along the way. I hope that you, and those close to you,...

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Dr Roy Lamb

It is with great sadness that we have to inform members and the wider hospital community of the death of Dr Roy Lamb. Dr Lamb was  intimately associated with the League of Friends for over fifty seven years, mainly as a Trustee, but additionally as President in later...

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COVID 19

It seems timely to give an update of what is happening with Stroud Hospitals League of Friends as we near the end of our initial emergency response to COVID 19 at both of the hospitals and within the community. So far we have distributed around £25,000 on PPE,...

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AGM

The Trustees of the League of Friends have made the decision to postpone the AGM, which usually takes place in September, until late spring/early summer 2021. Having recently converted our status to a 'Charitable Incorporated Organisation' we are allowed an extended...

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Hospital Gardens

Hospital Gardens

The care of the hospital gardens has resumed by our dedicated Garden Group co-ordinator, Linda Phillips. Only two of the gardening group attend at a time, suitably socially distanced, and they have started the task of working their way through three months of lockdown...

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Annual Reviews

The League Of Friends Of Stroud Hospitals And The Health Centre

Annual Review Ending 30th June 2020

Reference and administrative details of the charity, its Trustees and advisers for the year ended 30th June 2020

The League Of Friends Of Stroud Hospitals And The Health Centre

Annual Review 2018

Reference and administrative details of the charity, its Trustees and advisers for the year ended 31 December 2018

 Annual Report 2017

Annual General Meeting Report Sept 2017

Including: Report of the Trustees and Financial Statements for the year ended 31st December 2016