Christmas Fair raises £820 THANK YOU EVERYONE

The generosity of the people of Hammersmith and the locale never ceases to amaze me. Thank you so much to all the visitors, patients and staff at Charing Cross Hospital who stopped by our Christmas stalls and bought a gift or two. Yet again our knitting proved popular...

Another successful FOCXH Christmas Fair raising £1154!

A huge thank you to all our supporters and volunteers! We wouldn’t have been able to raise a grand total of £1154 without these fantastic stalls running this year:   FOCXH's Supporter Cups Thank you to everyone who bought one of our lovely supporter cups -...

Ais is running the 100 mile L2M Ultra Double on 27 May 2017!

We're proud to announce that FOCXH's chairperson, Ais (Alison) North, will be running (yes, running!) the 100 mile L2M Ultra Double on 27 May 2017. This is an enormous challenge for the fittest of people, so it may surprise some to hear that Ais is in fact a woman in...

Monthly Book Sales

  The Friends of Charing Cross Hospital holds monthly book sales on the first floor of the hospital next to our shop. The next book sale is on Wednesday - 10th February 2016 from 10.00 to 14:00 Our books are old and new, soft back and hard back, fiction and...

Trustee Meeting Dates 2016

  New Board Room – Ground Floor South Wing - Charing Cross Hospital Members are welcome -please advise administrator friendscxh@imperial.nhs.uk or 020 3311 1090 Dates are subject to change so please check beforehand At 18:00 for up to 90 minutes on the following...

Fundraising Festivities

In early December last year we ran our annual Christmas Fair on the first floor of the hospital beside the Friends Shop. We had a lovely time with our customers who bought plants, cakes, knitwear,books and general Christmas goods. The choir from Latymer School came...

Art rehabilitation for stroke survivors

Supported by the Friends of Charing Cross Hospital and led by Emelie Salford Stroke is a particularly debilitating condition, both physically and psychologically, and the suddenness of the onset can cause severe psychological distress. Art Rehabilitation has been...