A Magic Carpet for children at PRUH

20.10.16   Categories: News from the hospital, How donations help

The children’s ward at Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH) has a magical new sensory learning tool, thanks to a generous donation of £10,000 from the Rotary Club of Bromley.

The Magic Carpet is a fantastic piece of kit for children and young people of all ages and abilities. It can be wheeled to children’s beds when they’re not able to leave them to provide a more stimulating environment.

The funds were raised from the Bromley Rotary Club’s Christmas Concert in December 2015. Sian and many other PRUH staff went along to enjoy the festivities, which included performances from the Bromley Temple Band of The Salvation Army and the Bromley Boy Singers, along with other special guests.

Find out more about the event and how the Magic Carpet will help sick children at PRUH.

Have you started planning your Christmas celebrations yet? Why not raise funds for King’s College Hospitals at the same time? Find out more about how you can get involved.

Above image: Major Melvyn Ackroyd from the Rotary Club of Bromley with PRUH children’s ward staff Karen Littler and Sian Spencer-Little showing off the Magic Carpet.


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