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Celebrating 100 years of King Edward Memorial Hospital

A list of commonly asked questions can be found below.

The mum’s honour wall is an artistic representation of decorative bunting and butterflies which will commemorate babies born at KEMH. We want to give all our King Eddie’s mums an opportunity to be a lasting part of the centenary celebrations through the honour wall.
We hope to commence building the wall when we have sold the bunting and butterflies. This will be around July/early August 2016.
The wall be span from8.7m Long x 2.4m high.
The honour wall will be unveiled in August 2016. The exact date is to be confirmed.
Money raised through sales of butterflies and bunting will be used to construct the wall and to support research into preterm birth here at King Eddies.
Yes - if their baby was born or treated a King Eddies then they can be on the wall.
There are 200 buntings, 50 silver butterflies and 25 gold butterflies, unlimited digital certificates available for purchase.
If we still have bunting and butterflies available - then yes you will be able to add to the wall after August 2016.
The wall will be moved with the hospital and re-erected at the new site.
The digital wall is displayed through the centenary website. It's an online version of the mum’s honour wall.
Two babies can be listed on the bunting and three babies can be listed on butterflies.
Yes, we have an online digital wall where you can add your name and babies date of birth.
No unfortunately buying a digital certificate, bunting or butterfly is classed as receiving a service/product for your contribution therefore purchases are not tax deductable.

 

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