Fully equipped 2 bedroom apartment within a short walk of Southampton hospital. Aggie Nicolle was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in May 2014 and less than two years later the illness took her life. The PPBF’s accommodation near Southampton Hospital helped the family stay together as much as possible during Aggie’s treatment, and they have done much to support the charity in return.
An unexpected visit to Southampton meant that the Morgan family needed somewhere to stay longer term. The PPBF were happy to offer Aggie's Burrow to help the family through a difficult time.
If you or your family are facing long term treatment in the Princess Anne hospital, Southampton from the Channel Islands, please contact us to find out availability and details to use the apartments
days Issac’s Pad, our first apartment has been occupied since launch
days Aggie’s Burrow, our second apartment has been occupied since launch
premature babies born in the Channel Islands during 2019
£100k, the amount we need to raise each year to continue support families in their hour of need