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Help brighten the day of a young patient with the St Helier toy appeal

Christmas and the festive season is usually a time to spend with loved ones, but for children and young people staying in hospital, spending the holidays feeling unwell and poorly on a ward can be a very lonely time.
That’s why Queen Mary’s Hospital for Children is launching a toy appeal and with your help, we hope to bring a little happiness into their stay this festive season.
Staff in our dedicated children’s hospital are kindly requesting new toy and book donations to give out on Christmas Day to all our paediatric patients. Lorna Bramwells, Head of Nursing for Paediatrics and Neonates, said: “Our young patients are away from familiar faces and home comforts, and may have nothing to open on Christmas morning. You can help to ensure that a child has a gift to open by sending in new toys or books for children aged between 0–16years old. Whether you would like to donate just one gift or more, we would really appreciate any donations we receive, no matter how big or small.


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