Brighton

Address: 21 Abbey Road, Brighton, BN2 1HT

About the House

206

families

Stayed here in 2018

4

members

of staff

373

nights

the longest family stay last year

Meet the families who’ve stayed here

Part of the Family: Tiger-Lily’s Story

“They made us feel like part of the family” Guest bloggers: Vicky and Ricky A few hours after Tiger-Lily was born in Hastings, she was transferred to Brighton. She was born on 3 February, and we were under the impression …

Part of the Family: Tiger-Lily’s Story

“They made us feel like part of the family” Guest bloggers: Vicky and Ricky A few hours after Tiger-Lily was born in Hastings, she was transferred to Brighton. She was born on 3 February, and we were under the impression …

A Year in Hospital: Poppy’s Story

Guest Blogger: Luke Our daughter Poppy was born with Gastroschisis, where the intestines form outside of the abdomen. We were informed by the hospital that it was a more severe form than they usually encountered and she would likely be …

A Year in Hospital: Poppy’s Story

Guest Blogger: Luke Our daughter Poppy was born with Gastroschisis, where the intestines form outside of the abdomen. We were informed by the hospital that it was a more severe form than they usually encountered and she would likely be …

In the Same Boat: Charleigh’s Story

Guest Blogger: Rachael Charleigh was born at 33 weeks, weighing under three pounds. She had a condition called Duodenal atresia, which meant her intestines were blocked, so she couldn’t grow normally and that resulted in her arriving early. She needed …

In the Same Boat: Charleigh’s Story

Guest Blogger: Rachael Charleigh was born at 33 weeks, weighing under three pounds. She had a condition called Duodenal atresia, which meant her intestines were blocked, so she couldn’t grow normally and that resulted in her arriving early. She needed …

Our Brighton House includes:

Supportive and compassionate staff

Kitchens where families can eat together

Communal area for resting and relaxing

Telephone connected to your child’s ward

Access to outside space where children can play

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01273 571507
Sally.Gabriel@uk.mcd.com

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Can we help your family?

Ronald McDonald House Brighton sits opposite the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in the centre of the city. This eight-bedroom House provides free, comfortable accommodation to families with children and premature babies being treated at the hospital. We also run a further 10 bedrooms on the top floor of the children’s hospital – meaning we can offer 18 ensuite rooms to families with seriously ill children.

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