Teens take to screen to show off city’s children’s hospital

Rosy Dunning and Victoria Farmery
Rosy Dunning and Victoria Farmery
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TWO hopeful medical students have starred in a film touring the wards at Sheffield Children’s Hospital designed to show off the exciting work that goes on there.

Rosy Dunning and Victoria Farmery, who both want to study medicine at university, helped launch the Trust Us campaign using the creative shoot.

The 17-year-old Sheffield High School pupils are members of the Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and are backing the campaign to get more members and governors to join up.

Rosy, from Ringinglow, said: “The hospital is a really great place where fantastic things happen every day.

“As students wanting to study medicine we became members so we could get some experience in how things work in the NHS.”

Victoria, from Dore, added: “Being involved as members has been so much fun - not only shooting the video, but being more aware of what goes on in the hospital too.

“I hope lots of people watch it and see what’s on offer - there are so many things happening there that you wouldn’t imagine.”

Visit Sheffield Children’s Hospital website www.sheffieldchildrens.nhs.uk to watch the video.

Members are kept up-to-date with trust news and could receive invitations to exclusive events.