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Lady Stradbroke, nursing matron at Henham Hall, WW1 Featured Hospitals Print

Lady Stradbroke, nursing matron at Henham Hall, WW1

Lady Stradbroke, formerly Helena Fraser and wife of George Rous, 3rd Earl of Stradbroke, pictured with three nurses at the family home of Henham Hall in Suffolk. The house was converted into a military hospital during the First World War and received convoys of wounded soldiers directly from France, who were passed on to the Red Cross once sufficiently well. Lady Stradbroke took sole charge as matron and efficiently superintended the hospital. Henham Hall was demolished in 1953

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Entertainment - Ken Dodd Fill the Jam Jar Photocall - London Featured Hospitals Print

Entertainment - Ken Dodd Fill the Jam Jar Photocall - London

Comedian Ken Dodd pictured this afternoon when he handed over a jam jar full of money to the Rev, John Pellow Assistant Director, National Fund for Research into Poliomyeltiis and other Crippling Dieases, at the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, London. Money had been collected in dressing room at the London Palladium in response to a "Fill the Jam jar" campaign. Also in the picture are Jennie Lyons (left) and Wendy Gotelel who had come from the palladium with Ken Dodd, and Corporal Burton of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea. The presentation was made shortly before the annual meeting of the Fund. It was formerly known as the Polio Research Fund

© PA Archive

MUD Featured Hospitals Print

MUD

POP GROUP MUD (FROM LEFT) LES GRAY, RAY STILES, DAVE MOUNT AND ROB DAVID AT LONDON'S HEATHROW AIRPORT TODAY ON THEIR ARRIVAL FROM SCANDANAVIA WHERE THEY HAVE BEEN ON A CONCERT TOUR 23/2/04: Les Gray, lead singer of Seventies chart-toppers Mud, who has died a week before he was due to make his career comeback. The 57-year-old glam rock legend had suffered from throat cancer for some time. He died of a heart attack while in hospital in Portugal, his home for the past 12 years

© PA/EMPICS