News Guildford Lions' support benefits cancer patients Cancer patients will experience an improved level of comfort, while undergoing treatment at Royal Surrey County Hospital, thanks to the support of Guildford Lions Club. The volunteer-led group donated £2,000 to Royal Surrey County Hospital Charity, which has allowed us to buy two state-of-the-art chemotherapy chairs for the hospital's oncology ward, Onslow Ward. The chairs, which are padded and recline to provide maximum comfort, will make a real difference to patients undergoing treatment – often for long periods of time. Mick Ryan, Guildford Lions President, said: "We were absolutely delighted to be able fund the purchase of the two state-of-the-art chemotherapy chairs for the hospital’s oncology ward, Onslow Ward, at St Luke’s Cancer Centre. "Guildford Lions Club's sole purpose is to be able to help those in need in our local community so this donation really fits the bill making life a bit easier for patients who are having a tough time and helping them on their road to recovery. "We would also like to thank the people of Guildford as it is only through their generous support of our various activities that allows us to be able to fund such donations from our club's Welfare Fund." Analiese Doctrove, Head of Fundraising at the charity, said: “We are extremely thankful for the generous donation from Guildford Lions. The extra comfort the chairs provide will make a real impact, at what can be a very difficult time.” If your group or club would like to support the charity, please get in touch. Inspired? Fundraise for us > Photo caption: Guildford Lions Club President Mick Ryan and Eric James present a cheque to Holly Bird from Royal Surrey County Hospital Charity, and Royal Surrey Staff: Emma Masters, Lead Chemo Nurse and Jincy Korath.