Hundreds of residents and the chairman of Watford council visited a Fun Day to raise funds for the Starfish ward at Watford General Hospital.
On Saturday, July 13, staff and volunteers hosted a day of food and drinks, stalls, games, foot darts, bouncy castles, tombola, BBQ, ice creams and music between 1pm and 5pm.
Chairman of Council, Councillor Asif Khan: “I am proud of the work that the staff does in this ward and it is one of the charities that I am pleased to support. It was a fabulous day, with residents, former patients and staff attending the event.”
Starfish ward based at is a 20-bed general paediatric ward caring for children and young people up to the age of 16 years. The ward cares for children with both medical and surgical conditions and also has two high-dependency beds.