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Premier Inn celebrates raising £4 million with a party for Great Ormond Street Hospital patients

Premier Inn team members celebrated raising £4 million for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity with a special party for the hospital's patients and their families on Saturday 28 February.

The fun-packed Pirates & Princesses...

The GOSH patient who showed how seriously ill children can still live rich and fulfilling lives

Hannah was born with Pfeiffer Syndrome with a cloverleaf skull, and passed away in 2014. She was 23-years-old and had spent much of her life under the care of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) in London.

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GOSH patient Rafe is a BBC Radio 1 Teen Hero Finalist

A patient at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), Rafe, is a Radio 1 Teen Hero finalist for 2017 and was recognised at the Radio 1 Teen Awards on Sunday 22 October. Last week, Rafe and his fellow ‘Teen Heroes’ were invited to a special reception at Kensington Palace to meet The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry.

Business leaders join forces to launch £10 million appeal for new Surgery Centre

Top names from the business community, including Ken Costa, Huw Jenkins and Steve Ingham, came together on Monday 30 September in support of the Tick Tock Club and its launch of a new £10 million appeal for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity....

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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan shares clean air ambitions with respiratory patients and staff at GOSH

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, visited Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) earlier this summer as he launched new plans to improve air quality in the capital. GOSH is one of the leading centres in the country for children with complex respiratory conditions, and patients and staff at the hospital know just how important clean air is.

The Disney Reef, Great Ormond Street Hospital’s first children’s outdoor space, opens to patients

The Disney Reef, a colourful, underwater-themed outdoor play area has been unveiled at Great Ormond Street Hospital today.  GOSH Charity Children’s Champion and mum Tess Daly joined patients and their families as the new area was revealed for the first time. Joining her was four-year-old patient Elliott Livingstone, who received a heart transplant at GOSH in 2016.