The Patrons Lunch

Celebrate 64 years of Her Majesty the Queen's Patronage of the RHN, as well as her 90th birthday, with a street party on the 12th June! Download your Street Party Guide today!

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May 30

London Bupa 10k

Go the extra mile this May bank holiday with the Bupa 10k Challenge! This is one of the most popular 10k road races in London and a great way to kick off the summer!

Jun 12

The Patrons Lunch

Celebrate Her Majesty the Queens long standing patronage of the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability by hosting a street party! Download your bespoke Street Party Pack here!

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81p out of every £1 goes straight to providing vital services. The other 19p goes towards earning the next £1.

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The difference you make

When a person becomes severely disabled through brain injury we believe they should still be able to do the things they were able to do before – it greatly helps their well-being and their rehabilitation.  As we don’t receive any government funding we would not be able to do this without generous people like you.

The evening was a wonderful opportunity for us to show our gratitude in person to everyone who has taken part in, organised, or supported a fundraising event for the RHN, and to present them with their hard-earned certificates. We heard from marathon runners, including top solo fundraiser Suzanne Wright, who single-handedly raised over £3,500; and… Read more »

Tony loves days out…

In 1982 Tony suffered a subarachnoid haemorrhage which is a very serious form of stroke. It is caused by bleeding on the surface of the brain and it’s often fatal. Tony pulled through though and, after initial rehabilitation, arrived at the RHN in 1984 for the 24-hour care he would need for the rest of… Read more »

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