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2010
Saturday 6th June 2009
Theme: "Four Seasons"
Project: Friends of Braintree Hospital
2010

2009 Project and Donations
Project Friends of Braintree Community Hospital Project

The Friends of Braintree Community Hospital were formed to support the new hospital when it opened in the Spring 2010. The Carnival Committee are pleased and excited to be able to support the group with a cheque for 1500 to help the Friends with this new venture.

Carnival Committee Chairman, Martin Green, who was accompanied by his four month old daughter Olivia, said "This is real progress for the town and we are pleased to have contributed right at the onset, it was a good project for us as it will help all age groups in the town". We hope everyone will come along to this year's Carnival on June 12th to support our next project.

Carnival Queen Rebekah Scrase and Princesses Rebecca Patten and Chloe Guppy are seen in the photograph with members of the Carnival Committee presenting the cheque to Chris Green (Chairperson) and members of the Friends of Braintree Community Hospital outside the new hospital building in Rayne Road.

Receiving the cheque reflecting the public response to the 2009 Carnival, Professor Chris Green expressed the gratitude of the Friends Committee at the Carnival Committee and outlined the way in which the gift will be used including the opening of a shop within the entrance foyer of the new hospital serving the hospital community, as well as volunteer work to be undertaking in meeting and greeting visitors, and outreach.

Project Friends of Braintree Community Hospital Project

The aims of the Friends are initially to support and raise money to provide the little extras that make life more comfortable for patients, staff and visitors.

A "Meet and Greet" will provide a friendly face on arrival at the hospital. To run a shop in the entrance to the hospital to provide the items patients, staff and visitors often need. VOLUNTEERS In order to be able to provide the above we will need a large army of volunteers. This is where the public can help us, we already have about 70 intimated their willingness to help but we need many more. Whatever time you can give will be very much appreciated. It does not matter how much or how little. Any Training required will be provided.