Team GB Age Group Triathlete Kimberley Morrison spent the first few years of her life in and out of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) after being born with two holes in her heart. Now a successful athlete, Kimberley tells us about her memories of GOSH and how she didn’t let her condition hold her back.

Ethan and Rebecca

Eleven-year-old Ethan underwent two operations on his heart at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) before being discharged earlier this year. Here, mum Rebecca shares their story.

Matthew Tulley

We’re in the midst of an ambitious and complex programme to redevelop and upgrade some of Great Ormond Street Hospital’s oldest buildings. Earlier this month, work began on the Premier Inn Clinical Building, the second part of the Mittal Children’s Medical Centre. Matthew Tulley, Director of Redevelopment, is leading the programme and tells us more about the benefits the new buildings will bring.


At just four days old, Lara went into a coma and was soon diagnosed with a life-threatening metabolic disorder. She is now awaiting a kidney transplant from her dad. Her mum Julie tells us about their time at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and how they manage Lara’s condition.

Joe, Fiona, George, Robyn and Freddie

Freddie was diagnosed with bilateral congenital glaucoma when he was three months old and underwent surgery at Great Ormond Street Hospital. This October, Freddie is helping us go baking crazy during Bake it Better week, 13-19 October. Freddie , together with fellow patients Fiona, George, Joe and Robyn, even appears in today’s The Sun promoting the campaign. Don’t forget to pick up your copy!

Here’s Freddie’s story.


Bake it Better week, 13-19 October, is nearly upon us. Still can’t decide on your favourite sweet treat to rustle up? Harry Potter star Bonnie Wright and Great British Bake Off alumni Jo Wheatley and Glenn Cosby have a few suggestions…

Bill and Lenny

Bill has undergone 13 operations at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), all before his tenth birthday. This October, Bill will be helping us raise some dough during Bake it Better week, 13-19 October.


Two-year-old Jayla was born with AVCD, a congenital heart defect characterised by holes in the heart, and underwent heart surgery at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Jayla’s mum Jenny, a singer-songwriter, shares their story and tells us about her new charity single ‘Wait for You’, which is raising money to support Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.

Anne's flamingo cake

Are you a budding Mary Berry or a Paul Hollywood in the making? Even if you’re a little bit more of a Mel and Sue, you can still help the patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) by holding a bake sale this Bake it Better week, 13-19 October. Register your interest now to receive a free Bake it Better fundraising pack.

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