We're proud to announce one of our amazing families, The Tomlinson’s, were deservedly crowned Inspirational Family of the Year at the Coventry and Warwickshire Heroes awards on Friday night. Over the past two years mum Faye and her wonderful family, from Earlsdon in Coventry, have raised over £11,000 for Ward 10 (Neurosurgery), where her son Zachie has received treatment for Hydrocephalus - a...
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Were proud to announce one of our amazing families The Tomlinsons were
Faye Turner
Louise Haynes
Emily Worrall
We know how difficult it can be to find the perfect gift for your dad but with Father's Day coming up on Sunday 18 June, we've got something for everyone! Check out our range of must-haves for every man and support our charity as you shop! [ Socsi.in Link ]
We know how difficult it can be to find the perfect gift
Meet Chris, who recently celebrated his seventh win on our charity lottery! Chris told us his reason for playing: “About five years ago my 15-year-old son Nick was diagnosed with a kidney blockage. Nick was extremely anxious about his treatment and even found the initial scans a little traumatic, as he also has Asperger Syndrome. Throughout the process, from diagnosis to surgery, the Play...
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Meet Chris who recently celebrated his seventh win on our charity lottery
Our hospital couldn’t function without the many teams of unsung heroes working tirelessly behind the scenes. Our 30 strong Estates department is one such team and is responsible for not only maintaining the site but also keeping us safe. Whether it is fixing ventilation motors in MRI scanners or creating medical air to use on our wards, our Estates team is continuously greasing the wheels of...
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Our hospital couldnt function without the many teams of unsung heroes working
Melissa Hodges
Jo Williams
Stephen Payton
To mark the start of Ramadan, we’d like to say a special thank you to these lovely ladies at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association, based in Walsall, for their on-going fundraising efforts. From fabulous food sales to charity collections at their local stores, the association – including (pictured) Palwasha, Noma and Rijaa – has raised a wonderful £1,429 in four years. Thanks again for...
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To mark the start of Ramadan wed like to say a special
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Kevin Whitehouse
Emily Burns
We’re so proud of our Consultant Dermatologist, Professor Celia Moss OBE, who’s recently been named in a prestigious list of the most respected female doctors in the UK. Celia, who’s no stranger to such recognition, was included in Medical Women’s Federation centenary brochure for her tireless work in improving care and support for children living with skin conditions. Congratulations Celia!...
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Were so proud of our Consultant Dermatologist Professor Celia Moss OBE whos
Louise Warner
Rachel Gould
Elise Carroll
May is coming to an end, but there’s still time to get your coveted Star of the Month nominations in! We’re always keen to hear about those staff members and teams who’ve gone the extra mile - leaving you and your families with lasting memories. Nominating your chosen star is really easy. All you need to do is head to: [ Socsi.in Link ]
May is coming to an end but theres still time to get
Rach Goode
Shelly Davies
Emily Worrall
Our Snowdon Challenge on 10 June is nearly full! If you're interested and would like to take part, please sign up as soon as possible. You'll be joining over 100 other supporters, climbing over 3,000ft and trekking 10 miles to help raise funds for our amazing hospital. Do something spectacular and join our #SnowdonChallenge team today! [ Socsi.in Link ]
Our Snowdon Challenge on 10 June is nearly full If youre interested
Helen Davies
Kelly Dale
Laura Elizabeth
Schools across Birmingham are having a grr-eat time bringing to life their very own bear cubs for this summer's The Big Sleuth trail. In total 137 bear cubs are being designed by schools around the region and all will make it onto this summer's exciting trail. Is your child's school getting involved? Please comment and share your pictures below - we'd love to see them!
Schools across Birmingham are having a grreat time bringing to life their
Fresh off the back of #DeafAwarenessWeek, we’re sharing the story of one of our young patients, Armaan. The six-year-old had a host of health complications when he was a baby, including being born severely deaf. Thankfully he’s now a healthy, happy and confident little boy and his cochlear implants - as well as our expert Audiology and Speech and Language Therapy teams - are helping him to...
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Fresh off the back of DeafAwarenessWeek were sharing the story of one
Sharmila Samrai
Beena Samrai
Sheila Ann Clews
This #NationalSmileMonth we want to put a grin on your face with our charity lottery! Join today and we could be sending you a cheque for £25,000 after the very first draw. Simply sign up to play from £1 a week and you’ll be entered into our weekly draw. Not only could you win a great prize, but you’ll also be making a weekly donation to help us do more for our sick kids! [ Socsi.in Link ]
This NationalSmileMonth we want to put a grin on your face with
We have 175 free #TeamBCH charity places to give away for this October's Great Birmingham Half or first-ever International Marathon. Whichever event you choose, let's run together and make every step worth it for our sick kids - apply for your free place today: [ Socsi.in Link ]
We have 175 free TeamBCH charity places to give away for this
Vanessa Wickens
Mike Lattimer
Emma Smith
It's International Clinical Trials Day and we want to spread the word about our passion for research and continually pushing the boundaries of medical science to benefit our children, young people and families now and for generations to come. To help our experts have produced a short video to explain why #WeAreResearch!
Its International Clinical Trials Day and we want to spread the word

International Clinical Trials Day 2017 #WhyWeDoResearch

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Tomorrow (Saturday 20 May) is International Clinical Trials Day and we’re marking the occasion by celebrating the more than 2,200 children and young people who have taken part in research projects, supported by our expert teams, over the last year. One of our superstars is Laiba, who was diagnosed with Wolman Disease at birth – a rare and serious genetic condition that leaves the body unable...
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Tomorrow Saturday 20 May is International Clinical Trials Day and were marking
Meg Marshall
Tania Mooraj
Two-year-old Phoebe has neuroblastoma – a rare form of cancer which affects just under 100 children in the UK each year. She regularly comes to our hospital and has recently begun a clinical trial which sees different medications used to try and identify the best course of treatment for young people with the condition. She's a prime example of #WhyWeDoResearch as we aim to deliver the best...
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Twoyearold Phoebe has neuroblastoma a rare form of cancer which affects just
Marie Beale
Carol S Kurian
Tania Mooraj
Congratulations to our Eye Department - our patient and family-nominated Star of the Month winner for May! Nominated in the ‘Outstanding Clinical Service’ category, the team was recognised for recent improvements they’ve made to their service. These have ranged from taking feedback to find out what they could do differently to suit the needs of our children, young people and families, to...
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Congratulations to our Eye Department our patient and familynominated Star of the
Tammy Lou
Amanda Lerwill
Jo Parsons
After months of hi-bear-nation, we are delighted to share the exciting news that The Big Sleuth will launch on Monday 10 July! To celebrate, we invited BBC Midlands Today to our secret Painting Space to meet some of our very talented #artists and bear-illiant bears. If you missed it, you can watch it again here!
Chris Gould
Megan Edgington
Jayne Bryan
17-year-old Jodh (pictured with mum, Jazz) has a severe form of epilepsy and has been cared for by our neurology and neurophysiology teams since he was three. His complex condition – structural focal epilepsy – means he suffers a number of unpredictable seizures every day and it’s also drug resistant which brings extra challenges. As a national specialist centre our experts are pioneering new...
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17yearold Jodh pictured with mum Jazz has a severe form of epilepsy
Jade Kiely
Ann Burke
Trudi Bache
We're so proud of our charity mugs which are made exclusively for us in Stoke-on-Trent by Moorland Pottery. For only £12.95, you can enjoy your cuppa in style whilst supporting our wonderful hospital! [ Socsi.in Link ]
Were so proud of our charity mugs which are made exclusively for
Sharon Oliphant
Susan Angus
Julie Sahota
In celebration of today's International Day of Families, we wanted to remind you about our upcoming 5k family walk - Fun Family 5 - taking place on Saturday 29 July in Sutton Park to raise money for our sick kids. The fun-filled sponsored walk is sure to be a great start to your summer holiday. To find out more visit: [ Socsi.in Link ]
In celebration of todays International Day of Families we wanted to remind
Alix Harley
Laura Jane
Chrissi Harris