IMPORTANT
Fund Raising

Over the years, the Partners and staff of Haygarth Doctors have undertaken fund raising for local and national charities.

Much of this money is raised through the sale of second hand books located in the Waiting Rooms of Hay and Talgarth Medical Centres. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has donated and purchased books from us and please, please continue........

2019 Fund Raising
Pete Howard - London Marathon

Dr Pete Howard will be running the London Marathon in 2019 in aid of the Duchenne Family Support Group. If you would like to support Dr Pete’s fundraising effort, please click on the link below to donate via his Virgin Money Giving page - Click HERE. Please note, we cannot accept sponsor money at the Medical Centres. We will be supporting Dr Pete’s fundraising with money raised from book sales over the next 6 months (October 2018 to March 2019). Thank you for your support.

2018 Fund Raising

December 2018. This Christmas, the Practice is supporting the Helping our Homeless Wales charity. See Facebook page. The Partners are providing 10 x care bags for distribution to the homeless in Wales.

£100.00 donation to support the sponsored 300 miles cycle undertaken during September 2018 by our Phlebotomist, Phillipa Bagley in aid of Cancer Research and Pendleside Hospice.

Macmillan Coffee Morning - £50.00

£145.00 donation to HayDay Cafés for people with a dementia and those who take care of them.

£125.00 donation to CALM - Campaign Against Living Miserably (award-winning charity dedicated to preventing male suicide).

£140.00 donation to Brecon Mountain Rescue

£140.00 donation to Longtown Mountain Rescue

2017 Fund Raising

Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day - £30.00

Children in Need 'Bake Off' - £187.20

£100.00 to purchase 4 squares of Gwernyfed rugby pitch to help secure the future of the club

£25.00 donation to British Heart Foundation

£200.00 donation to The North Weir Charitable Trust www.nwtrusthay.org.uk

2016 Fund Raising

Donation to Dial-a-Ride.

£225.00 donation to Bryngwyn Riding for the Disabled

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