Bereaved Families Gather To Open Woodland House

Bereaved families gathered at our hospital to open a new, dedicated pregnancy and baby loss centre. Woodland House – the first of its kind in a UK hospital setting – is a safe haven for families experiencing the heartbreak of loss, allowing families to grieve in private, away from the busy main hospital. Read more

Work On Woodland House Reaches New Heights With Topping Out Ceremony

Work on our purpose-built bereavement centre, Woodland House, reached a new height yesterday (1 Aug 2023) as we held a private ‘topping out’ event to celebrate the completion of the roof’s construction. Read more

Hospital Colleagues Row, Row, Row Their Way To Fundraising Success For Patients

A group of colleagues from our hospital raise £3,360 to support bereaved parents. Read more

Businesses Row to Raise Over £200k for two Birmingham Hospitals

Over 40 teams from businesses across the West Midlands took to the canalside at the Mailbox last month, in Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity’s Dragon Boat Race, which raised over £200,419 for its patients. Read more

Bereaved families break ground on baby loss support centre

Birmingham Women’s Hospital has started work on its new standalone baby and pregnancy loss bereavement centre with a special sod-cutting ceremony attended by the families it will help. Read more

One Step Closer: £500k Needed To Start Work On Bereavement Centre At Birmingham Women’s Hospital

Our charity is one step closer to bringing a standalone bereavement centre to its hospital, for families experiencing pregnancy or baby loss, as recent donations mean there is just £500,000 to go before it can break ground on this pioneering project. Read more

Baby Loss Awareness Week: local mum shares her heart-breaking story of loss in support of other grieving parents

This Baby Loss Awareness Week (9-15 October), a bereaved mum from Stourbridge is sharing her heart-breaking story of baby loss, in the hope it inspires others to support grieving parents at Birmingham Women’s Hospital. Read more

Black Country Firm Goes The Distance To Support Bereaved Families

A team of 18 eager employees from a Black Country-based solicitors firm has gone the distance for Birmingham Women’s Hospital Charity, after walking/running 812 miles between them and raising £900 for the charity’s Woodland House Appeal. Read more