NHS 75

On the NHS’ 75th birthday, we are paying tribute to the NHS and our incredible workforce, and the vital role charitable giving has played throughout health service history. From ground-breaking innovations and research to life-changing patient support, and helping staff and services through the Covid-19 pandemic, we have been here for it all.

Frimley Health Charity provides extra support that goes above and beyond what the Government funds and helping to improve the lives of millions of people. Today that help is more important than ever, as our ageing population, patient backlogs and exhausted workforce mean services are under extreme pressure – but with the public’s support, we are making a vital difference. Only with your help can we keep supporting the people of the NHS – its staff, patients, and volunteers – for generations to come, and achieve better healthcare for us all.

Light up blue for NHS75!

To help mark the 75th anniversary of the NHS, the NHS are encouraging as many buildings, historic monuments and other high profile sites across the country to ‘light up’ blue on the evening of 5 July.For the NHS’s anniversary two years ago, more than 70 landmarks around the country lit up blue, including Wembley Arch, Liverpool’s Liver building, Blackpool Illuminations Arches, Waterloo Station Clock, Nottingham Castle, the London Eye along with a host of civic centres, hospitals and sports stadiums.

People are encouraged to take photos and share them via social media using the hashtags: #NHS75 and #LightUpBlue.

If you own/run a building or site and want to join in, please email fhft.communications@nhs.net

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