We did it!
In November 2018, The Murray Parish Trust in partnership with Southampton Hospital Charity announced that we had raised the £2 million needed to build a dedicated and world-class Children’s Emergency and Trauma Department at University Hospital Southampton, providing care for children across the South.
News & Events
Here is the latest News from The Murray Parish Trust and our Events Calendar.
We are thrilled to announce that the Barker-Mill Foundation has pledged £100,000 to The Murray Parish Trust to help with operational costs over the next three years. This type of funding is hugely important to us as we take on our latest challenge to raise £5,5 million for a revolutionary (intra-operative) iMRI Suite at Southampton Children’s Hospital.
The Earl and Countess of Carnarvon are delighted to welcome you to Highclere Castle for a magical screening of the Downton Abbey film in the Library at Highclere Castle, which is also the Library in “Downton Abbey” in the TV series and Film. This is the perfect...
The Murray Parish Trust are delighted to invite you to a Gala Lunch & Ship Tour as part of Norwegian Cruise Line’s ‘Norwegian Encore’s’ inaugural event. Hosted by Sarah Parish and James Murray, you and your guests will be wined and dined and enjoy a guided tour...
The Team GC expedition, organised by Shadi Ganjavian-Connor, (founder of Team GC & Ambassador to The Murray Parish Trust) and 360 Expeditions, aims to summit the ‘rooftop of Africa’, by the famed Lemosho route in mid-October, as well as raise vital funds for several charities.
Alresford Community Choir presents their ‘Autumn Songbook’ a wonderfully uplifting blend of sacred, contemporary, spiritual and folk music in the beautiful acoustic and dramatic setting of the St Cross Hospital Church in Winchester on 5th October 2019. Sarah Parish...
Southampton Children’s Hospital Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) is set to introduce two new state-of-the-art beds which have built-in x-ray facilities to enable immediate bedside imaging for critically-ill patients.