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For Nick Eyles OABU


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[p]In Autumn 2015 Nick was diagnosed with stage 4 bladder cancer. The team in Urology and Oncology at both the Royal Surrey Hospital and the Nuffield (Guildford) treated him using cutting edge science and with the most amazing compassion. Nick was incredibly proud to have been operated on by a robot and enjoyed telling people how he had been to meet it before it operated on him. That robot gave him some healthy and happy years. The Royal Surrey is raising funds for their recently built Urology Unit via [b][u]The Prostate Project[/u][/b], which will benefit patients like Nick as amazing medical science advances. [/p][p]As a family we would like to support this unit and the good work that Professor Langley, Mr Patil and their team do to help patients with bladder cancer. [/p][p]In October 2018 whilst on holiday in Ireland Nick suffered serious peritonitis with a perforated bowel that resulted in him going into septic shock. He managed a gradual recovery but in January this year sepsis took his life. [/p][p]As a family we realised how little support there is for sepsis patients especially for their mental health and we would like to raise funds for [b][u]The UK Sepsis Trust [/u][/b]to help others who have been through what he went through.[/p]
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Jun 11, 2019

Kate B

May 13, 2019


From the Sheerluxe girls xxx


May 2, 2019

Pauline Gore and Family

A donation to such good causes In memory of a dear friend. Pauline Gore and Family

£200.00 plus £50.00 Gift Aid

Apr 22, 2019

Jo Lane

Such a wonderful brave man who touched the lives of so many. Sending all my love to Laura & the family xxx


Apr 21, 2019

Sam Bonnar

I just always remember him smiling, he was such a kind man xxxx

£50.00 plus £12.50 Gift Aid

Apr 21, 2019

Jean Packham

£15.00 plus £3.75 Gift Aid

Apr 16, 2019

Hugh Tomlinson

Apr 7, 2019

Mike and Jill Coleman

So sorry to hear of this very sad news and our thoughts are with you, Jill, and all your family. My Jill's brother has recently been diagnosed with bladder cancer and we feel this fundraising is vital.


Apr 5, 2019

Ellie Beeton nee Thomson

So incredibly sorry to read this Soph, how amazing of you all to raise awareness for such an important cause in memory of your dadda. Much, much love to you and your family xxx

£15.00 plus £3.75 Gift Aid

Apr 4, 2019

Mary Murphy