Staff at Royal Berkshire Hospital were blown away by a generous donation of £20,000.Trevor Goodall, who founded the charity New Life, called the Buscot Ward on Tuesday, September 28 to let them know he would be dropping off a cheque for them later in the day. The 49-year-old visited the unit, for babies born prematurely, with his friend Caroline Angell, to present the cash to lead neonatal sister Gina Outram. She said: “I couldn’t believe it when I got the call about the money. “This generous donation will make a huge difference to the unit and allow us to hopefully buy four new heart monitors for the ward.” Mr Goodall said "I’ve seen that £4,000 can buy a machine and save a baby’s life – it’s not a lot of money in the big picture. It’s incredible that we can make a difference. “Mr Goodall hopes to continue to support the Buscot Ward.