Isn't he gorgeous 😍
Congratulations to Hayley and Craig on the birth of their own little prince who was born in the early hours of this morning in our Lucina Birth Centre.
Weighing 9lbs 3ozs the baby boy pictured here with midwife Fiona, doesn't have a name just yet - just like the new Prince....
His proud parents thanked midwives Craig, Cheryl and Fiona and left hospital earlier today to introduce their new addition to his big brother Reggie.
Congratulations also to HRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their new baby boy! 👶🏻👑
Good luck to everyone who is running the London Marathon tomorrow. 🏃♀️🏃♂️
Sunday will also be a proud day for a group of UHCW Physiotherapists who will be spending a long day in the capital helping runners with strains, exhaustion and giving medical advice to get them through the tough 26.2 mile course.
Each year physiotherapists from the Trust volunteer their time and skills as part of the London Marathon’s official medical team and this year with the expected hot weather,... they will be in more in demand than ever to support the runners.
The team will be based at the last mile of the 26.2 mile slog, so will be treating a wide variety of people with problems ranging from muscle cramps to heat exhaustion.
The UHCW volunteers will be part of a larger medical team for the marathon including doctors and nurses from nearby London Trusts and St John Ambulance.
Sue Crewe-Smith, Senior Physiotherapist, who has been recruiting volunteers to the event for over 15 years, said: “It’s a brilliant experience for our physiotherapists to use their skills at a big event like the London Marathon. I notice the improvement in their professional and personal development following this event every year.
“I am very proud that so many of our physiotherapists have volunteered their free time to help out runners with their marathon efforts, many of whom are running for charities.
“It’s always exciting playing a supporting role in an event with such a buzz. We’re all really looking forward to it.”