ITV Interview Archie in a drive to increase blood stocks within East Anglia

Now that the winter is here, along with the cold dark nights. NHS Blood and Transplant campaign in East Anglia to boost blood stocks over the Christmas period.

Archie was interviewed in Norwich on the same morning he was admitted to St Mary’s in London for 3 days of various operations in preparation for a bone marrow transplant. During those 3 days in hospital Archie will receive an emergency blood transfusion.

Click on the image below to see the report and watch the video.

Give blood to help Archie from Methwold and other children who need the greatest gift this Christmas

Archie teams up with NHS Blood and Transplant to raise awareness of giving blood.

Featured in the Eastern Daily Press 15/11/2014 (Front page and cont, page 6, 38)

http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/health/give_blood_to_help_archie_from_methwold_and_other_children_who_need_the_greatest_gift_this_christmas_1_3848546

 

SoulPad charity auction raises over £440 for the Rudham Ward

SoulPad very kindly offered to auction one of their very own design, top selling bell tents for charity on Ebay auctions

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The SouPad 5000-tribe 

Cotton canvas fly with sewn-in groundsheet (SIG), 5m diameter, 1.85m entrance, 3.5m at centre, weight 31.2kg. This SoulPad® really stands out from the crowd. You will never lose your tent amongst the endless domes again!

The luxurious, extra thick (540g/m2), waterproof groundsheet is sewn-in to the canvas material of the tent.

This groundsheet is ‘bath tub’ style, so if you find yourself at a festival camping in a field-turned-lake, you know it’s not going to let the water in.

There is a large vent at the top of the bell. This can be used to exit the SoulPad Blaze-tribeflue, or simply to vent the tent.

Taking its roots from both the northern Scandinavian Lavvu (for structural design) and the Native American tipi (for aesthetics), the 5000-tribe™ is conical in shape and has a large footprint. A significant area is in contact and anchored to the ground by three series’ of ground pegs, making it a real ground hugger.

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Archie continues to spend much of his time in hospital, with increasing complications affecting his internal organs. The Rudham Ward plays an instrumental role to ensure Archie’s medical needs are managed as much as possible. We greatly appreciate the kind generosity from our local community.

All money raise was donated directly to the Rudham Ward at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn Charitable Fund

Many Thanks to Mark & Zoe Vanderstay

 

Please visit www.soulpad.co.uk for more information on the full range of SoulPad bell tents available, incluidng accessories and much more..

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West Norfolk blood donors recognised for dedication at special ceremony

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Standing, from left, Rodney Barnes, 75th award, Craig Ramshaw, Mrs Christine Woolley, 75th Award, Raymond Thornally, 75th Award. Seated, William Cockle, 100th Award, Archie Ramshaw, William Petts, 75th Award.

http://www.lynnnews.co.uk/news/local/latest-local-news/west-norfolk-blood-donors-are-thanked-for-dedication-1-5783124

  • For further information about this award event please contact Georgina Norris, Donor Relations Co ordinator on 01223 588717 or email georgina.norris@nhsbt.nhs.uk
  • For general press office enquiries about NHS Blood and Transplant and its other services please contact 01923 367600 or email pressoffice@nhsbt.nhs.uk
  • For out of hours enquiries please call 0117 969 2444.

Rolling up their sleeves to save lives

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Back row from the left are Paul Allen of Wortham, Paul Collings of Harleston, Craig Ramshaw (recipient’s father), Valerie Grogutt of Pulham St Mary, Peter Maslen of Harleston and Donald Rookyard of Diss. Front row from the left are Patricia Spurdens of Harleston, Archie Ramshaw (recipient) and James Walsh of Bressingham.

http://www.dissexpress.co.uk/news/latest-news/rolling-up-their-sleeves-to-save-lives-1-5779574

  • For further information about this award event please contact Georgina Norris, Donor Relations Co ordinator on 01223 588717 or email georgina.norris@nhsbt.nhs.uk
  • For general press office enquiries about NHS Blood and Transplant and its other services please contact 01923 367600 or email pressoffice@nhsbt.nhs.uk
  • For out of hours enquiries please call 0117 969 2444.

Fenland’s blood donors recognised for saving countless lives at special ceremony

Left to right back row: Marion Batt, Geoffrey Clarke, Roger Collins, Craig Ramshaw, Judith Crawford, Alexander Rae. Left to right front row: John Rice, Janet Stocking, Archie Ramshaw, Keith Taylor, Andrew Trundle.

http://www.wisbechstandard.co.uk/news/fenland_s_blood_donors_recognised_for_saving_countless_lives_at_special_ceremony_1_3081584

  • For further information about this award event please contact Georgina Norris, Donor Relations Co ordinator on 01223 588717 or email georgina.norris@nhsbt.nhs.uk
  • For general press office enquiries about NHS Blood and Transplant and its other services please contact 01923 367600 or email pressoffice@nhsbt.nhs.uk
  • For out of hours enquiries please call 0117 969 2444.

National Christmas appeal in the Sun newspaper to save lives…

Archie Ramshaw, Lexie Wallace, Emma Paine, Michael Nasher and Roger Moore all join together to raise awareness of giving blood at Christmas in the Sun newspaper.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/woman/health/health/5300408/give-blood-and-nine-minutes-of-your-time-could-save-lives.html

Give something amazing this Christmas, visit http://www.blood.co.uk