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New arts trail planned for 2018 in Bristol

We are delighted to announce that, together with Aardman, we will be organising a new public arts trail to take place throughout Bristol and the surrounding area during the Summer of 2018. The trail will build on the runaway success of the previous 2 events; Gromit Unleashed and Shaun in the City. Both trails proved incredibly popular, raising over £6 million to support children in hospital and each bringing over 1.2 million people to Bristol.

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Go the distance in 2017!

Looking to get fit and help make a difference to special care babies? Join #TeamCotsforTots for the Simplyhealth Great Bristol 10K and Family Mile on Sunday 7th May 2017!

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Our Christmas Stocking Appeal

We are pleased to have launched a Christmas Stocking Appeal to help sick and premature babies and their families this Christmas. The Appeal is kindly supported by Barcan+Kirby, who visited Cots for Tots House to hang up their own Christmas stockings.

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Share the love this Christmas

There are lots of ways to support Cots for Tots and the Special Care Baby Unit this Christmas! Shop our collection of exclusive Gromit Unleashed and Shaun in the City merchandise for cracking presents for all the family, donate to vital hospital services through our More Than A Gift appeal, or break out your Santa hat for some festive fundraising! Read on to discover how you can get involved.

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"You never forget those first cuddles"

Thanks to you, the Special Care Baby Unit has some vital new equipment that is making a huge difference to mums of critically-ill babies. Read on to discover Emma and Lucia's story.

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Meet Bristol's first neonatal doctor

To mark World Prematurity Day we are honouring the life and work of Dr Beryl Corner, the founder of Bristol’s very first Special Care Baby Unit. Read on to discover her incredible story, and how her ground-breaking work is still saving lives today.

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Running for Matilda

Parents Tom and Tanya Kitchen took on the Great Bristol Half Marathon to say thank you for the care their baby girl Matilda received at St Michael's NICU. Here they share Matilda's story.

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