Thank you for sharing your lovely candle photos in memory of Lucy tonight.💖 Neil, Cath & Sophie were overwhelmed with the love and support. 💖
We have made a video of everyone’s photos, apologies if we have missed anyone. 💖
‘Rise Up’ for Lucy. 💖
Edit. Unfortunately, FaceBook have partially muted the song due to copyright. If anyone would like to watch the video with the full song, please PM this page and we will happily forward it to you. 💖 ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you so much Maddy Jones Foundation💖💖💖💖In 2018 Lucy was taken from her family by Sepsis at 16 years of age. She was a beautiful, fit and healthy young woman. Through a Foundation in Lucy's name, and a mission to help raise awareness and fight Sepsis - The Lucy Ellis Foundation, Lucy's family and friends have worked hard to prevent such tragedies from affecting the lives of others. Today we remember Lucy Ellis.
To Catherine, Sophie and Neil #MuchLove
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3 weeks ago
Today is #WorldHandHygieneDay 🖐🏾 🤚🏼
Good hand hygiene has always been important, please maintain your hand washing routine in the future to help stop the spread of infections. 😊
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4 weeks ago
We are so blessed to have so many kind hearted people fundraise for us.
Due to COVID-19, our fundraising will take quite a knock this year and we are appealing for people to help us raise funds for our foundation.
If you have a birthday coming up, why not set up a birthday donation page to raise funds for us? 🎈🎂🎈🎂🎈
Simply set up a Go Fund Me page and share the link with your friends and family. 💖
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This is from a consultant at the Royal Gwent Hospital.
To know that someone so young has died is totally heartbreaking. To know that they died without their family at their bedside, unable to hold them and kiss them goodbye is completely devastating.
Please stay home and help keep everyone safe. 💔💔💔💔💔 ... See MoreSee Less
As we continue to stay home and stay safe, Neil’s amazing brother and sister-in-law continue to work on the frontline risking their own lives to save others.
We couldn’t be prouder of Paul, Nia and their amazing NHS colleagues who are working so hard at The Royal Gwent Hospital.
Please stay home this Easter weekend so Paul & Nia can come home to us.
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Covid-19 can cause of Sepsis! Handwashing, maintaining social distancing, avoiding touching one’s face, staying at home, and obtaining prompt medical care if fever, cough, and breathing difficulty develop together are important things to remember. We are in this together. Be safe.
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Thinking of heading out over the weekend for non-essential purposes? Please don’t. We lost our young, healthy, super fit daughter to a virus which developed into Sepsis at the speed of lightening. Please, please stay home and stay safe.
#DoItForLucy #StayHomeForLucy #StaySafeForLucy
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Whilst we are all very concerned about #COVID-19, we still need to be aware of the signs & symptoms of Sepsis.
Please watch this very short video to remind you of the signs & symptoms of Sepsis. If you are self-isolating and think you are getting worse, please get help.
Dr. Ron Daniels BEM on Twitter
“TOTALLY unofficial advice- but, if you’re self-isolating and you’re getting worse, when to ask for help? Deterioration from other conditions, including #Sepsis, is still a matter to be taken seriously... t.co/2iK7IJfIoN” ... See MoreSee Less
Dr. Ron Daniels, founder & director of the UK Sepsis Trust explains why medical staff ventilate #COVID-19 patients on their tummies. Keep up the amazing work Ron, stay safe. 💖
Dr. Ron Daniels BEM on Twitter
“Families and folk who've seen it on the news are asking me why we ventilate their loved ones on their tummies... so here, in 75 seconds, and slightly simplified, is why! #COVID2019 t.co/xxPQl4Daza” ... See MoreSee Less