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Charitable Support for the Wessex Neurological Centre
Enhancing the range and quality of patient care and sponsoring pioneering research


Ross Fripp's Cycling...

Ross Fripp's Cycling Challenge
Ross was a fit and healthy 24 year old when he became sick in November 2014. Suspecting it was just something he'd eaten, he carried on life as normal, but the sickness continued and gradually he developed further symptoms. Following...

Spreading a Little Christmas...

Spreading a Little Christmas Cheer
We're starting to feel a little festive here in the Smile4Wessex Appeals Office with the arrival of our 2018 Christmas Cards and we are really excited to be able to share them with you.  This year we have chosen not just...

Judith and Jeremy's Race...

Judith and Jeremy's Race to the King
We had the pleasure of meeting Judith Murray and Jeremy King this week and were thrilled to be able to show them round the unit, so they could see the projects we have funded from our past appeals and hear about our current...

Ella's Chop for Charity...

Ella's Chop for Charity
12 year old Ella Ashford is preparing to have her gorgeous blonde locks cut off in her fundraising efforts to support Smile4Wessex. This is her own way of thanking the brilliant team here at the Wessex Neurological Centre,...

Waitrose Community Matters

Waitrose Community Matters
If you shop at Waitrose you can nominate Smile4Wessex as your chosen local charity by completing the nomination form found at the Customer Services desk in store. Three good causes receive a share of £1,000...

Smile4Wessex Neuro Open...

Smile4Wessex Neuro Open Day
Our long-awaited Neuro Open Day gave those attending a unique opportunity to see and learn about many of the amazing projects that Smile4Wessex has funded. Following a brief welcome and introduction, visitors were divided...

'Wall of Smiles' Launched

'Wall of Smiles' Launched
We are delighted to announce details of the Smile4Wessex 'Wall of Smiles'. For the full story of this new initiative please click Wall of Smiles  

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Neurophysiology's Tough Mudder

Sarah Tyson, Ben Ives, Becky Morrison and Kathryn Corbin make up the four strong team from the Neurophysiology Department at Southampton General Hospital taking part in a full Tough Mudder on the 18th August in aid of Smile4Wessex.

The 10-12 mile course is located in the beautiful countryside of Badminton and will involve series of 20 obstacles, including The Block Ness Monster, Arctic Enema, Everest and Electroshock therapy to name a few!

As well as working within the Wessex Neurological Centre themselves, they each have their own personal reasons for supporting Smile4Wessex:

"Having lost both my grandparents 11 years ago to Neurological disorders, one being a brain tumour, the other a stroke, it is an area that lies deep within my heart" (Sarah Tyson).

"My Mum had an Acute Subdural Haematoma (a bleed between the brain the and the skull) this year. She was rushed to Southampton A&E, scanned then taken to Neurosurgery. She received all her post surgical care on the Neurological wards. Like most patients she had excellent care, but noticed the Neurological center needed more funding" (Ben Ives).

Having witnessed both at work and in the care of important people in my life, the amazing work that the Neurological wards carry out, as well as the kindness and comptency of the staff, I am so happy to raise money to support them. (Becky Morrison).

My cousin suffered severe brain damage at birth and has needed life long support with her health and well being. The needs of those that suffer from neurological events or conditions extend beyond their initial hospital visit and diagnosis and raising money for Smile4Wessex means we can make a vital contribution towards keeping this care going. (Kathryn Corbin)

Please visit their fundraising page to support them HERE