Hospital Equipment Funding in Memory of Hannah

In memory of Hannah Scott, wife of Simon Scott and daughter to John Cook, both of whom volunteer and work tirelessly on the 80080 steam engine here at Ecclesbourne Valley Railway.

Hannah was involved with The Ecclesbourne Valley Railway from working with the 80080 steam engine (as picture - the wreath was placed on the loco on the day of Hannah's funeral) Hannah had a significant lasting impact on those who met and knew Hannah.
Hannah was a truly loved and respected young woman and will be missed by all at the Railway.

The Ecclesbourne Valley Railway wanted to create a space where our people, volunteers, staff and friends can donate towards vital equipment funding for Lister 1 Ward at Nottingham City Hospital - this is where Hannah Scott spent much of her treatment and was treated with such kindness.

Simon Scott, Hannah’s husband, has noted this would be what Hannah would want, the donations every penny will go towards the hospital, and it is only right we honour this for Hannah in her memory.

All monies raised will go to Simon who will fund the equipment for the hospital.

If you have any fundraising ideas also that we could do towards this to raise as much money as possible, please do so and the money can be donated through this cause.
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Organizer and beneficiary

HMcK EVR 
Organizer
Coldwell Street, Wirksworth, Matlock
Simon Scott 
Beneficiary

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