Supporting neonatal care at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital


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2.6 Challenge for Scoo-B-Doo

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused the cancellation of thousands of charity events and the loss of billions in charitable fundraising, crippling the operations of many UK charities. Sarah Edgeworth and Family were doing their bit by taking part in the 2.6 challenge, you...

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House in Gloucester Lights Up For Charity

This family home in Walnut Close, Abbeydale, Gloucester, has gone all-out to celebrate Christmas and raise money for Scoo-B-Doo. The charity is one that is very close to the hearts of the family and their desire to give back has raised hundreds for Scoo-B-Doo.  The...

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Scoo-B-Doo fundraising update at the half-way mark

In 2018 Randall and Payne chose Scoo-B-Doo as their 2018-2020 charity (for two years). One year into their efforts, R&P report on how it's been going so far:    We are delighted to reveal that after one year of fundraising for Scoo-B-Doo we have raised over £6000...

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Summer Ball

On Friday 17th May 2019, a Summer ball is being held for the benefit of Scoo-B-Doo. The event is being held at the Hallmark hotel in Gloucester and will include reception drinks, a two course meal, a raffle and a live band. All are welcome to purchase tickets and...

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Lonsdale Road Church holds ukelele concert for Scoo-B-Doo

On October 10th, the Lonsdale Road Methodist Church Wednesday Group held a ukelele concert to benefit Scoo-B-Doo. Following a talk about neonatal care at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital from our volunteer committee member Sarah Edgeworth, the Wednesday Group nominated...

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Visit a Scoo-B-Doo event

Scoo-B-Doo events are typically run by grateful parents and kind-hearted people who just want to help. Discover the upcoming events that need your support.

How you can help

If you want to get more hands-on with supporting Scoo-B-Doo, there’s a huge variety of fun ways to bring to people together and raise much-needed donations.

Donations fund 80% of the life-saving equipment used every day in Gloucester Royal Hospital's neonatal ward.