Reflective Christmas trees light up UCLH 

06/12/2016 00:00 
Reflective Christmas trees are now up in the Macmillan Cancer Centre, Westmoreland Street and Radiotherapy Unit at UCLH.  These are organised by the UCH Cancer Fund.

The trees give patients, supporters, family, friends and staff an opportunity to take the time to reflect on the year gone by and on those we have shared it with. People write a message of thanks, support or remembrance on a reflective heart that is placed on the tree.

The reflective trees are always very popular with patients, relatives and staff and importantly help to raise money for the UCH Cancer Fund.

Prof Jeffrey Tobias, chair of the UCH Cancer Fund, said:  “The reflective Christmas trees take pride of place in three UCLH locations where patients with cancer are treated. The messages that patients, family and staff write on the hearts are full of hope and remembrance. We would love for this year's trees to go beyond the success of last year providing us all - patients, staff, friends and relatives - an important to chance to reflect on 2016."

If you would like to write a message on a reflective heart, please visit the trees in the Macmillan Cancer Centre, Westmorland Street or Radiotherapy Unit and ask at reception. 

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