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L. Trust status hospitals keep links

L. Trust status hospitals keep links

IF Peterborough District and the Edith Cavell Hospitals are allowed ''Trust status they will still be part of the NHS but with a great deal more independence, run by trustees with a chairman at the head. They will
October 2, 1991 - Fenland Citizen - Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Diabetic care KEEPING feet in a heafthy condition Is essential for diabetics. Treatment will be provided at GP clinics. Speech

Diabetic care KEEPING feet in a heafthy condition Is essential for diabetics. Treatment will be provided at GP clinics. Speech

model train at Peterborough District refurbished eccldsnt and emergency department. (o: 9108903/181 I _ I t • •- " • _ . Edith Cavell Hospital, Peterborough.
October 2, 1991 - Fenland Citizen - Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, England
 
mPETERBOROUGH HEALTH AUTHORITY

mPETERBOROUGH HEALTH AUTHORITY

Patient Gwyneth staff a, Macmillan centre at the Edith Cavell Hospital I Bretton - Ciite l Facilities at the £850,000 centre, which opened at dw beginn in g of th is year, enable cancer patients in a 25-mile radius of P
October 2, 1991 - Fenland Citizen - Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, England
 
A year ol and acht

A year ol and acht

Robert Horrell Macmillan A second yi year? day unit for cancer pa- screening by A great deal. £6B mil - tient s at the Edith Cavell men t centre lion worth, in fact. Hos p ital In Peterborough Cavell Hospi That's what the whole was opened in May. mobile
October 2, 1991 - Fenland Citizen - Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, England
 
ar of change achievement

ar of change achievement

has allowed an op- centre at Chatteris. it for cancer screening by the assess- orating theatre and ward Supervision t the Edith Cavell ment centre at the Edith to reopen at Peterbor-lin Peterborough Cavell Hospital and the g ou h District Hospital. All
October 2, 1991 - Fenland Citizen - Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Foreign affairs

Foreign affairs

Times first revealed the Latsis connection and the Daily Mail printed the Nadir news, even if only on page 19. But, as Edith Cavell said about patriotism, that is not enough. Why do rich foreigners give so generously? Were these donations - and God alone
September 30, 1991 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Family notices

Family notices

silent thought, a little prayer. knowing you are in God's care. R.I.P. Alma.) Gladys and Bartle. AMENDED ANTIC! BURGESS EDITH CAVELL. July 10. 1991 Service and cremation at Widnes Crematorium on Thursday July 18. at 10.00 a.m. CHAN VERONICA. July 10. 1991
July 12, 1991 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
•INNBTT MARY ANN. July 10. 1991. peacefully at home, after a long Illness. surrounded by her family. Dearly loved wife

•INNBTT MARY ANN. July 10. 1991. peacefully at home, after a long Illness. surrounded by her family. Dearly loved wife

enquiries to Thomas McMullan Funeral Services. The Valley Lodi Funeral Home, Borough d. Birkenhead 051 653 417 . .BURGESS EDITH CAVELL (EDE) One MAKIN) July 10, 1991 Peacefully in hospital. Beloved wife of Si. MN Sid. loving Mum of Jean. Alen, Bernard and
July 11, 1991 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
B.oo—News. B.ls—Westin

B.oo—News. B.ls—Westin

Wimbledon. Harry Carpenter looks at the key moments in yesterday's play. 10.00—***Film: Nurse Edith Cavell. At the outbreak of World War One, Nurse Edith Cavell is head of the nursing home at the Berkendael Institute in Brussels. But she soon becomes the
July 2, 1991 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Films on TV

Films on TV

NURSE EDITH CAVELL (BBC 2. 10.00 am): Starring Anna Neagle, Edna May Oliver, George Sanders, Zasu Pitts, May Robson and H.B. Warner. World War I drama telling the story of Edith Cavell and her selfless devotion to political prisoners and refugee
July 2, 1991 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland