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Couple climb a mountain to help Watford hospital

PUBLISHED: 18:30 09 September 2010 | UPDATED: 17:48 20 February 2013

Couple climb a mountain to help Watford hospital

Couple climb a mountain to help Watford hospital

DEAN and Shona Reynolds from Northwood are climbing Kilimanjaro to raise money for Watford Maternity Hospital Special Care Unit.

DEAN and Shona Reynolds from Northwood are climbing Kilimanjaro to raise money for Watford Maternity Hospital Special Care Unit.
Dean and Shona, 32, needed the units help when son Dylan, now one-year-old, was born premature.


Shona said, We are so very lucky to have had the help and support of the Watford Neonatal unit where Dylan was born nine weeks premature, as a result of preeclampsia. Dylan spent 48 days in their care and we try not to think about what could have happened without their expertise and round the clock care.
Dean added, We have a truly wonderful son and I wish to send my heartfelt thanks to all at the Watford Maternity unit for looking after my wife and my son.
The couple leave to take up the challenge on September 7 and will be climbing for six days.
You can sponsor Dean and Shona by visiting their online
fundraising page on www.justgiving.com/Dylan-Reynolds

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