Appeal to raise £500k for Nottingham Children's Hospital

An appeal has been launched in Nottingham to raise half a million pounds for the city's Children's Hospital.

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'A brighter, better environment' needed for children

As Nottingham Children's Charity launches an appeal to raise £500k for the city's Children's Hospital, medical staff have explained why the centre is in need of updating.

Professor Richard Grundy, said:

"The unit is out-dated. It has been the same ward for at least 20-years and times have moved on, things are wearing out. What we want is a brighter, better, safer environment for children facing life-threatening illnesses."

Appeal launched to raise £500k for Children's Hospital

The Nottingham Children's Hospital is located at the city's Queen's Medical Centre Credit: ITV News Central

Nottingham Hospitals Charity has launched an appeal to raise half-a-million-pounds for the city's Children's Hospital.

The money will be used to upgrade wards, provide space and facilities for parents to stay overnight and on an improved ventilation system to reduce the risk of infection.

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