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Breathe Well, Live Well

Watch and listen to expert advice on coping better with breathlessness and anxiety. 

Ever find yourself suffering from shortness of breath? Or struggling to complete household tasks without gasping for air? Many people with long term health conditions experience difficulty in breathing, and one of the most common symptoms we see is breathlessness. In this series of videos and podcasts we will demonstrate a range of techniques you can do safely at home while we talk about what it means to breathe well.

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Where does the money go?

Where does the money go?

Wall of fame

£575 Karen Swash

A big thank you to Karen Swash who ran the 'Ridgeway Revenge 10k' in memory of her mum, who was cared for by St Wilfrid's in 2005. 

£6.5k In Memory of Alice Moore.

A massive thank you to Chris and Jane Moore, John Miller, Rachel Darlow, Hoylake Golf Club, and the many friends and family, who through their online pages and golf day, raised this amazing amount in memory of their dear daughter, fiancée and friend Alice Moore.

£3.5k Diane Dalton

In July 2016, supporter Diane Dalton faced her fears and raised an amazing £3,538.73 by taking part in a wing walk.

£1.7k Ray Blackwell

Ray and Eileen raised over £1700 by organising a Race Night in their local community. Thanks to you both for all your hard work!

£7,972 Ken Snape

Patient, Ken Snape, was so impressed with the care he received that he wanted to donate some money to buy equipment for the Inpatient Ward. Ken very generously funded a bed, a pressure relieving mattress and a syringe pump. Thanks Ken!

£500 Ormiston Six Villages Academy

Students, their families and staff at the Ormiston Six Villages Academy raised £500 by running a ‘Wear it Blue’ non-uniform day. This was an idea put forward by pupil, Katie Roff whose family was helped through a difficult time at St Wilfrid’s.

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