Supporting neonatal care at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital


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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.