Posted: July 2017
Many of us, or our family or friends, have had occasion to be grateful for our excellent Cancer Care & Haematology Unit (formerly the Wooden Spoon) at Stoke Mandeville Hospital. We have just learnt that they have been nominated by the Masonic Charitable Foundation (Buckinghamshire) as a possible unit to receive up to £25,000 as part of the MCF Community Awards Tercentenary Fund. There are several nominees, and if you feel they are deserving just visit mcf.org.uk/vote That will tell you more and you will be able to place your vote (it's very easy). Voting is between now and 31st July. For that website, click here.
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