Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity is the official hospital charity of the Selly Oak and Queen Elizabeth Hospitals. We support patients at the hospital by providing extra equipment and facilities, and by funding research. The Royal Centre For Defence Medicine which treats all the UK's military wounded is based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. You can find out more about the hospital charity at
Anthony Nolan
Anthony Nolan saves the lives of people with blood cancer and blood disorders. Every day, we match incredible individuals willing to donate their blood stem cells or bone marrow to people who desperately need lifesaving transplants. It costs £60 to recruit, tissue type and maintain just one potential donor to our register. Your donations will help fund our lifesaving work. Please visit for more information or email if you'd like to get more involved.
Cure Leukaemia
Enabling patients access to potentially life saving, ground breaking drugs and treatments. Cure Leukaemia supports the work of the Haematology Centre at the University Hospital Birmingham and also those hospitals working with the centre through joint research being Birmingham Women’s Hospital, Coventry, Wolverhampton, Stoke on Trent, Dudley, Worcester, Stafford, Heartlands and Sandwell.
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BONE-shaker MARROW-thon (2017)

Katherine Sinfield

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Thank you for supporting the 4th annual BONE-shaker MARROW-thon charity ride.

The ride started in March 2014 while organiser Katherine Sinfield recovered from intensive treatment for Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia.

The 35-mile charity ride between Birmingham and Burton raises money for three charities instrumental in her care:

Cure Leukaemia for its pioneering work and drug trials in the field of leukaemia. The charity was founded by Katherine's consultant Prof Charlie Craddock at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.

Anthony Nolan for finding Katherine a matching stem cell donor in Germany.

And the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham - especially ward 625 - for the ongoing care and treatment.

The BONE-shaker MARROW-thon departs from the hospital and heads to Katherine's hometown of Burton on Trent with a finishing reception at the National Brewery Centre.

For event details visit: Facebook page

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01.06.17 Well done for this year's event


26.05.17 Thank you for a great ride

20.05.17 Sorry we can't get down to see you this year. Good luck Bill and Elaine Pritchard

20.05.17 Katherine and Stephen, have a great day!

01.05.17 Stephen and Katherine - Good luck with Bone-shaker Marrow-thon number 4 xxx

24.03.17 See you both May 21st, hoping for sunshine with a fab turnout x


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