Welcome to the West Riding Kidney Patients Association, an association run by patients for patients.


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10/09/17

“I just wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone who very kindly sponsored me to take part in the Great North Run 2017 in aid of the West Riding KPA. In total I raised £506.00 which just exceeded my target! I had a fantastic day and can’t wait to hopefully do it all again next year!” – Emma Boulton


05/08/17

Last chance to book tickets for our Hornsea Seaside event is Thursday 10th August. Don’t miss out, book now!

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01/08/17

Emma Boulton will be taking part in the Great North Run 2017 in aid of West Riding Kidney Patients Association. In particular the money raised will go towards funding a new and much needed relatives room for Kidney Patients, their families and carers at St James University Hospital, Leeds.

Please follow this link to visit Emma’s JustGiving page and donate to this worthy cause.


22/07/17

Further information plus booking details for our Hornsea Seaside event are now available.

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01/07/17

Rebecca Smith will be taking part in the Jane Tomlinson 10k in memory of her Grandad to raise funds for the West Riding Kidney Patients Association. Please take the time to read Rebecca’s message below and visit her JustGiving page.

“My name is Rebecca Smith, you won’t of heard of me however you will of my Grandad Ian Cundell. As you know he helped the kidney patients for a lot of years since my Grandma donated a kidney to Mum back in 1994.
He was a wonderful man who’s other passion was running. That is why when the opportunity arose to run the Jane Tomlinson 10k in Leeds in July I had no hesitation in running it in memory of him.
Please donate however big or small it all helps
Thank you,
Rebecca”

Please follow this link to visit Rebecca’s JustGiving page and donate to this worthy cause


14/06/17

Click here to view the new Renal Transport Charter


13/06/17

The results of the latest 100 club draw are in!
The winners (drawn using a web based random number generator) are…..


Number 45 Peter Scholfield – Prize £55


Number 66 Lynda Howard – Prize £35


Number 50 Ian Harrison – Prize £20

Thank you for your support and if you didn’t win better luck next time.


09/06/17

Last chance to book tickets for our Chatsworth House event is Tuesday 13th June after 6pm. Don’t miss out, book now!

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21/05/17

Further information plus booking details for our Chatsworth House event are now available.

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16/04/17

NEW EVENTS ADDED!!!!

Check out our Upcoming Events section for new events taking place in 2017!!!


04/02/17
“My name is Michelle Donachie and I am working on J50 as Senior Sister till August 2017 on J50 at St James’, covering maternity leave. I would just like to say on behalf of Renal services how very grateful we were for all the beautiful Christmas presents you sent for the patients. The hard work and effort, firstly raising the money, the shopping and wrapping of the presents was greatly appreciated. I worked on Christmas Day and had the pleasure of giving out the presents and it reduced some patients to tears they were so moved by your kindness. They also wished to express their thanks for your kindness.

Once again please accept our gratitude for all the work you do.
Many Thanks
Michelle”


23/12/16
Catherine Fernandez, pictured, handing over presents for those unfortunate enough to be an inpatient on J49/50 over Christmas.
Just a small part of what your fantastic donations help us to do.
On behalf of the association we hope you all have a good Christmas and prosperous new year!

j4950-christmas


13/11/16
The West Riding Kidney Patients Association Murder Mystery night took place on Saturday 12th November 2016 and was a huge success. Many thanks to Catherine Fernandez for organising this fantastic event. Thanks also go to The Thackray Museum for hosting the event and to the cast of It’s Murder for the brilliant entertainment and for keeping us all guessing until the last moment!


Simon Melton took park in the Micklegate Run Soap Box Challenge in aid of West Riding Kidney Patients Association. Click below to read his story:

Simon Melton Sop Box