The Societies Fair
Will be held this year on Saturday 1st September at the Town Hall from 10.00 am to 1pm. The fair is an opportunity to find out about the Friends and what is happening at the hospital. Many other local groups and societies in and around Lewis will also be represented so come along and find out what is going on in your area.
The AGM was held on 31st May at the Southdown Sports Club, Cockshut Road in the upstairs room. 7.15 for a 7.30 pm start. Nadia White of the SCFT (Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust) whose role is General Manager of Adult Community Services for the High Weald, Lewes and Havens will talked about Future Plans for the Lewes Victoria Hospital.
The Societies Fair (2 September 2017 at the Town Hall)
The Societies Fair is run every year and is an opportunity to find out about the Friends along with many other local groups and societies in and around Lewes. This year the event was held in the Town Hall on Saturday 2nd September. The Fair was well attended and the Friends had lots of positive feedback. All profits from the event are kindly passed onto the Friends.
AGM (1 June 2017 at the Southdown Sports Club)
Nadia White, General Manager for the Adult Community Services in High Weald, Lewes and Havens area of the Sussex community NHS Foundation Trust gave a talk.
The HWLH area covers all the in-patient units, Xray and Diagnostic services and Minor Injury Units in the community hospitals and all District Nursing Teams in the Lewes, Crowborough, Uckfield and Havens area.
Nadia works in close collaboration with Chloe Rogers, Deputy Area Director for HWLH and Brighton and Hove and oversees the contract Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust hold with the local Clinical Commissioning Group to ensure that the goals set for all services provided within the HWLH area are met.
From left to right:
Chris Kneale Treasurer
Jenny Clarke Chair
Pauline Richards Secretary
Nadia White General Manager for the Adult Community Services SCT
Open Day (30th April 2016)
The Open Day was a great success and over 100 people went on guided tours of the hospital. Many of the hospital staff had given their time on the day and everyone found the tours very informative and were impressed with the hospital and the facilities and also appreciative of how much the Friends have contributed. The Friends provided tea and cake on the day and over £120 was raised.
We rely on donations and your support is vital to the Friends. There are many ways you can support us.