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Swimmers laze in the sun by the outdoor pool at Rubery Hill Hospital, Birmingham

Swimmers laze in the sun by the outdoor pool at Rubery Hill Hospital, Birmingham


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Swimmers laze in the sun by the outdoor pool at Rubery Hill Hospital, Birmingham

Swimmers laze in the sun by the outdoor pool at Rubery Hill Hospital, Birmingham, Friday 30th August 1963

Greenfield
Birmingham Post And Mail Archive
Mirrorpix
Birmingham
West Midlands
England

Media ID 21885281

© Mirrorpix

Baths Birmingham General Health Hospital Hospitals Mental Midlands National Health Service Outdoor Outdoors Patients Pool Pools Rubery Scene Swimming View Views 1963


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Captured in the summer of 1963, this nostalgic print takes us back to a serene scene at Rubery Hill Hospital in Birmingham. Swimmers can be seen lazily basking in the warm sun by the inviting outdoor pool, creating an idyllic atmosphere of relaxation and tranquility. As patients of this renowned mental health institution, these individuals find solace and respite from their daily routines within the therapeutic waters. The National Health Service (NHS) has provided them with a haven where they can enjoy moments of leisure and rejuvenation amidst their healing journey. The image showcases not only the physical benefits but also highlights the importance of mental well-being. Surrounded by picturesque views of lush greenery, this oasis offers a much-needed escape from the pressures of life. It symbolizes hope, resilience, and progress towards recovery for those under its care. Preserved through time by Greenfield's lens, this snapshot captures an era when hospitals embraced holistic approaches to patient care. It serves as a reminder that even within medical institutions, there is room for joy and serenity. This print transports us back to an era where simplicity reigned supreme; it evokes nostalgia while reminding us that amidst challenges lie opportunities for growth and healing.

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