Category: Charity and donations

Legacy funds Airedale’s own cancer research project

Posted on 07/01/19 by AireAdmin No Comments

A legacy left by a patient who was cared for and who passed away at Airedale Hospital has funded a new research project, which hopes to create a more accurate blood test to improve cancer diagnosis. The patient specifically wanted to help cancer research and the project focuses on cancer of the ovary, which is […]

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Engineering company donate Easter eggs to children’s ward

Posted on 04/18/19 by AireAdmin No Comments

Howard Civil Engineering, based in Leeds, have donated Easter eggs for children at Airedale hospital’s children’s ward over the Bank Holiday weekend. The engineering firm will be working on the Hard Ings roadworks in Keighley for the next year, and wanted to give something back to the local community. Abbie Harrop from Howard Civil Engineering, […]

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Friends donate vital heart monitor

Posted on 04/16/19 by AireAdmin No Comments

Friends of Airedale have funded a vital heart monitor for the stroke unit at Airedale Hospital, helping detect heart conditions and reduce the risk of further strokes. The pocket sized Novacor device monitors for a heart condition called Atrial fibrillation (AF), which is often found in patients who subsequently have a stroke.  A person with […]

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Equipment amnesty launched to rescue lost equipment

Posted on 03/12/19 by AireAdmin No Comments

Volunteers and staff at Airedale Hospital have joined forces to declare an equipment amnesty in a bid to rescue lost wheelchairs, walking frames and other walking aids. The last time the hospital held an amnesty hundreds of pairs of crutches, walking sticks, and walking aids worth around £4,000 plus several wheelchairs, were returned during the […]

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10 year old gives the gift of gaming

Posted on 03/06/19 by AireAdmin No Comments

A range of video game equipment has been donated to Airedale hospital’s children’s ward after fundraising efforts by a 10 year old boy from Oakworth. Ronnie Hearnshaw was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in January this year, and after receiv