Welcome to the Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust Tribute Garden. Our online garden is dedicated to the memory of your loved ones. It's a place where you can remember and celebrate the life of those you hold dear, but who are no longer here.
Kath and Andy have recently been killed in a tragic helicopter accident whilst on holiday in New Zealand. My mum (Kath Walker) was the head of the radiotherapy department at the hospital. She was working on many different projects within the department.
In memory of Freda Archer - taken from us on 10th June 2014.All donations will go straight to Addenbrooke's hospital.Freda's funeral will take place on Friday 20th June 2014 at St Mary's Church, Newmarket at 2pm.
Donations go towards three important teams involved in Doug's care: The Infectious Diseases Team, The Orthopaedic Team and The Palliative Care Team.This fund is to raise money in the memory of Douglas Avon.He was cared for by many of the wonderful staff at Addenbrookes Hospital over the last six years.
Please help us raise money for The Positive Touch Scheme, this scheme helps parents bond and have more hands on care with sick or tiny babies, used in both The Neonatel Intensive Care Unit and Special Care Baby Unit.
Donations go towards Intensive Care (JVF ICU) & IDA.Funeral to be held on Friday 30 June at St Mary's Church, Swaffham Prior at 11am. All welcome to continue to the Red Lion, Swaffham Prior after the service.
Donations received will go towards the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at The Rosie hospital in Cambridge in appreciation of the care and support given to us and Crystal Margaret during her brief time with us by all the staff.
Michael Kenneth Blanks suffered a tragic accident at home. The result was a short stay in the care of the NCCU. He couldn't have been given greater care. They looked after us equally well. Your donations will ensure that others will get the same superb level of care.
Donations go towards Rosie Maternity Bereavement Fund.In memory of our little Pip, stillborn 22nd November 2016, in the hope that the wonderful help and kindness we received will always be available to those in need of it.
We are sad to announce the recent death of Margaret Philomena Boxall22 November 1935 – 1 March 2015Our highly devoted, caring, selfless and fun-loving mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, sister and friend has sadly departed from our lives. She will be sorely missed by us all.
Donations go towards Oncology.Clive much loved and greatly missed son and brother died on 20th April 2016. Addenbrookes was a phenomenal support throughout Clive's life and any support to continue their work for others is greatly appreciated.
Andrew Brown, who has died aged 63 of cancer, was one of the leading academic publishers of his generation. Having joined Cambridge University Press as a graduate trainee in 1976, he went on to shape its English and American literature lists before being promoted to senior management roles that took him around the world.
Bill was a much loved son and brother who passed away on the 7th April 2009 after a long and brave fight with an aggressive brain tumour.(Glioblastoma Multiforme) Bill was diagnosed in April 2005 and was grateful to Dr Sarah Jefferies and her team for the few years that he did have between diagnosis, the tumour returning and ultimately death.
Margaret and family thank you for making a donation in memory of Malcolm. We have chosen the urology department at Addenbrookes as they gave Malcolm such excellent care which helped to extend his life by nearly 2 years.
Marcello was a well known builder and property developer who lived in Cambridge nearly all his life. He was a lovely person who was kind and generous to his many friends and family. Marcello died suddenly at home on 9th January 2013 from a heart attack. He is greatly missed by his many friends and family.
It was because of the dedication and expertise, warmth and kindness of the staff in the Upper G.I clinic and Oncology unit that David managed to survive oesophageal cancer. There was always a friendly voice to offer help and advice when he was feeling at his lowest. There was always so much positivity when he faced the worst.
Charlotte was born on the 7th March 2012 by C-section. She was born 18 days early. The morning after she was born, Charlotte was transferred to Addenbrooke's Rosie NICU where she was looked after over the short time that we had her in our lives.
Rosie NICU - For all their hard work looking after Charlotte while she was alive for the short 4 daysCharlotte was born on the 7th March 2012 by C-section. She was born 18 days early. The morning after she was born, Charlotte was transferred to Addenbrooke's Rosie NICU where she was looked after over the short time that we had her in our lives.
1977 - 2014Phil was a much loved brother, son, uncle, nephew and friend who will be greatly missed. The Cambridge research into impaired consciousness group gave hope to Phil and the family and their work is invaluable for others with brain injury.
Susan Elkins died peacefully at Addenbrooke's Hospital on 24th March 2017 aged 69, after battling over 10 years with Early onset Alzheimer's. She spent her life caring for others as a Nurse, Sister and Matron and worked tirelessly to make people's lives better.
We are raising money this January in memory our a very special man, who is sadly missed.In order to do this we will not be drinking alcohol for the whole of January, and donating money we would have spent, to this amazing hospital.
Oliver died three weeks before his third birthday. He was a beautiful, kind and loving child. We miss him.Following a tragic accident, Oliver spent the final days of his short life in the care of Addenbrooke's Hospital's Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). The dedication and compassion of the staff was outstanding.
In memory of Terry Faber, a wonderful Dad to his four children. As a family we remain in awe of Terry's courage, stubbornness and sheer determination in his fight to recovery some four years ago after receiving a multi viscal organ transplant. His donor family remain in our thoughts, our thanks and gratitude will never be enough.
Please donate to the Addenbrookes Stroke unit who were fantastically caring during Granny's time with them last year. Sophia and Alex are cycling the C2C bike route to raise funds for the unit. Thank you for donating!
David had a long struggle with leukemia, much helped by the care of Addenbrooke's staff, especially those on E10. Before his death on 23 October he asked us to request contributions to assist their work for other patients.
During her short illness Lou was looked after by the amazing staff in Neurosciences Critical Care. Lou's family are thankful for their kindness and willingness to help them understand what was happening to her.
This is fund in memory of Fiona Harding, who received such excellent care at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, in the last few days of her life.The family have asked for any donations to go to the Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust in support of palliative care at the hospital.
Alex our loving son died of a brain injury after a hit and run on 1st November and sadly died on the 8th November on the NCCU at Addenbrookes, he was 21 years old and enjoying life, he was full of love, had a caring nature and touched so many people's lives in so many different ways.
In memory of Barry Johnson a dearly loved Husband and father who died peacefully at home We will never forget your lovely smileAny donations will go directly to ACT Fund 9147 for CADASIL Research to help find a cure for this Rare Genetic Condition.
Donations go towards Dementia Plus (9387).Keith, or Ted as he was known to his rugby friends, was a loving husband, father and grandfather and the true English gentleman. His integrity and Christian believe touched all parts of his life.
Thank you for visiting my donating page I am running the Bungay marathon on the 6th April in memory of my grandad Gordon Lancaster who was treated here for Stomach cancer but later died of heart failure and my mum who is cancer surviver and still sees the consultant here
During the year after her cancer diagnosis Sally always received excellent treatment from the Addenbrookes oncology team. She often remarked just how kind everyone was and when having to stay in the hospital the staff made being away from home much more bearable.
Donations to neuro critical care unit, Addenbrookes Hospital.Lou died on 29th January 2013 on NCCU and received excellent care from the staff on the ward. Lou was very giving and would be extremely proud of this page.
Richard passed away in 1996 after falling off a ladder at our family home. He left a wife and 2small children aged just 8 and 4. He was a wonderful husband and daddy. The treatment, care and compassion shown to his family at Addenbrookes was second to none.
This page is dedicated to the memory of a dear wife, mother, daughter, sister, grandmother and dance teacher. Her energy and vitality will be sorely missed. Please donate whatever you can afford to the NCCU - the staff are amazing and took great care of Gladys and her family during a very difficult time.Thank you from all of the Noble family.
Donations to Neurosciences Critical Care Unit, Addenbrookes Hospital.Luke died on 25th April 2014 on NCCU and received excellent care from the staff on the ward. Luke was very giving and would be extremely proud of this page.
This site is a tribute to Ita Pergande. A Devoted wife of Eric (dec'd), mother to Nichola, Marcella and Valerie, mother-in-law to Andy, Colin and Eric and grandmother to Nonny, Jed, Grace, Sebastian, sister and friend.
In recognition of and gratitude for the exceptional care John received both in clinic and on the ward. He was always treated as a fellow professional, something which helped us both through a very difficult time.All donations will benefit the haematology department.
Donations go towards Ward D5 Hepatology - 9095Patrick was a truly loved husband, Dad, Grandad, Brother and friend who sadly had to leave us on the 11th November 2015 after a long and hard fight. His strength, courage and pure determination to live was truly inspirational and as a family left us so very proud of him.
Donations go towards Transplant Ward G5In lieu of flowers, we encourage you to make a donation in memory of Tony, a loving husband, dad, grandad and brother. Taken from us too soon but forever in our thoughts.
Following the tragic loss of Chris his family would like to give the opportunity for his loved ones to make a donation in his memory. Chris loved children; they gravitated to him, and he had been recently affected by cancer following a close family member’s diagnosis in May 2014.
Ivan sadly passed away on Tuesday 8th January. During the week prior, he was in the care of the Critical Care Unit of Addenbrookes Hospital.As family of Ivan we were in awe of the care taken on the ward and for that we are grateful. This page has been set up to enable donations to the important work of this ward and the care they offer relatives.
Sadly my dad and loving grandad passed away in April this year after a short battle with AML. He was cared for a fantastic team at addenbrookes, mostly on ward C10. In view of this i would like to raise money for them to continue to provide the high standard of care and support they gave to my dad and my family.
This Page has been created in memory of Philip Underwood a true gentleman whos passing has left a gaping whole in our daily lives. Phillip was a Dad to my Husband Peter and a loving Granddad to our younger Child Iona and step Granddad to my older Daughter Natalie.
This page is in memory of our wonderful son John, aged 18, who was involved in an accident which unfortunately proved fatal.Please donate to the NCCU at Addenbrookes who treated John and the family with wonderful care and compassion,Please donate any amount large or small in John's memory. Thank You.
Donations go towards supporting the excellent work of the Haematology Wards D6, E10 and C10.In loving memory of Barbara Whitaker. Just as she was, she will always be, a beautiful thought in our memory.
My son Lee had an unequalled translocated chromosome which the Genetic Dept discovered when Lee was 19. The Genetic Dept over the years have counselled my family and I will be eternally grateful for their expertise, kindness and knowledge of my family's genetic condition.
Stuart was a much loved partner, father, brother, uncle, nephew and friend who will be greatly missed.Donations are for the NCCU (Neurosciences Critical Care Unit) as a thank you for the amazing care and compassion given to Stuart during his short stay at Addenbrookes before he fell asleep forever.