Game of bridge to boost scanner appeal funds

Kidderminster Shuttle: PLAYING THEIR CARDS RIGHT: Peter Picken and Gill Onslow preparing for the event.

6:40am Wednesday 12th March 2014

BRIDGE fans can play their cards right while taking part in the classic game to boost the coffers of an appeal for a new scanner.

Charity dinner to raise money for good causes

Kidderminster Shuttle: MEAL TICKET: Fran Oborski and Peter Picken preparing for the event.

6:00am Wednesday 5th March 2014

DINERS can tuck into a three-course meal during a night of fun and fabulous prizes while helping pay for a new scanner at Kidderminster Hospital.

Carnival cash donation boosts scanner appeal

Kidderminster Shuttle: APPEAL BOOST: From left, Kellie Homer, Tina Wooldridge and Peter Picken.

6:00am Wednesday 26th February 2014

CASH from Stourport Carnival funds has taken an appeal for a new scanner at Kidderminster Hospital closer to its total.

Knitting group boosts Scanner Appeal

Kidderminster Shuttle: NIMBLE FINGERS: Members of the Rock Knit & Knatter group, who helped raise £800 for the Scanner Appeal.

7:20am Sunday 16th February 2014

NIMBLE-fingered knitters have boosted the Kidderminster Hospital’s League of Friends’ Scanner Appeal by raising hundreds of pounds for the cause .

Scanner Appeal flies past half-way mark

Kidderminster Shuttle: Appeal boost: Peter Picken receiving a cheque from Kidderminster Carnival queen Hannah Rees.

6:30am Friday 27th December 2013

AN APPEAL for a new scanner at Kidderminster Hospital has flown past the half-way mark following a generous will donation.

Street organ rolls back years to boost appeal

Kidderminster Shuttle: Tuning up: Beryl and Aubrey Tipping with their street organ. They will be playing in the Swan Centre tomorrow and Saturday.

8:33am Friday 29th November 2013

AN organ-playing couple will be tuning up for the Kidderminster Hospitals League of Friends’ Scanner Appeal when they play their musical instrument to drum up support for the cause.

Ian's going the extra lengths for Scanner Appeal

Kidderminster Shuttle: Making a splash: Peter Picken with Ian Brown, who will be raising money for the Scanner Appeal.

6:00am Monday 2nd September 2013

A KEEN swimmer will be going in at the deep end when he attempts to swim more than 60 lengths in an hour in aid of the Scanner Appeal.

Tasty idea to raise money for appeal

Kidderminster Shuttle: Getting heated: From left, David Wase, chairman of the League of Friends, Peter Picken and Fran Oborski prepare for the barbecue.

8:00am Monday 15th July 2013

THE Scanner Appeal is set to sizzle during a barbecue for the Shuttle-backed cause.

Music nights in tune for appeal

Kidderminster Shuttle: Serving appeal: Front, Fran Oborski and Pat Lewis, secretary of the association, and from back left, Tony Hinton, Peter Picken, Tony Bern, Chrissie Hinton, Mitch Griffiths, David and Pat Lewis

6:00am Monday 1st July 2013

COUNTRY and western music lovers in Kidderminster have helped boost the £125,000 Scanner Appeal coffers.

Duck race takes tally to £31,000

Kidderminster Shuttle: Making a splash: From left, Hannah Rees, carnival queen, Hannah Cornish, last year’s carnival queen, Mike Price, chairman’s consort, and Fran Oborski. Picture: COLIN HILL

6:20am Monday 10th June 2013

A QUACK-ING amount of cash was raised for the Scanner Appeal at a duck race in Kidderminster.

Feast on our tablecloths

Kidderminster Shuttle: eIroned out: League of Friends volunteers Maggie Herbert and Liz Hope with the tablecloths and tombola items.

7:30am Monday 3rd June 2013

TWO volunteers will be ironing it out to raise much-needed funds for the Scanner Appeal.

Council chairman to support appeal

Kidderminster Shuttle: Appeal backing: Peter Picken and Fran Oborski.

7:00am Tuesday 28th May 2013

THE new chairman of Wyre Forest District Council is getting behind the scanner appeal after picking it as one of her two charities.

£20,000 donation to scanner appeal

11:21am Thursday 16th May 2013

AN anonymous five-figure donation from a former Kidderminster Hospital patient has taken the Shuttlebacked scanner appeal total to more than £30,000.


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