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Swaffham hosp[ital]

Description: Interview with a representative of the Local Health Authority. Topics include a proposed redevelopment of Swaffham Community Hospital and a public meeting to discuss the plans.
Recording location: Norfolk, England, UK
Performer(s)/contributer(s): unidentified (speaker, male, presenter); unidentified (speaker, male, interviewee)
Recording note(s): Recorded with the intention of being broadcast on BBC Radio Norfolk.

Swaffham health

Description: Discussion of the potential refurbishment of Swaffham Hospital. The West Norfolk Health Authority will decide whether to build a new hospital on a greenfield site or refurbish the existing one.
Recording location: Norfolk, England, UK
Performer(s)/contributer(s): unidentified (speaker, female, presenter); Ricketts, Bob (speaker, male, interviewee, Manager of Health Authority); Rickwood, George (speaker, male, interviewee, Chairman of Hospital League of Friends); Body, Jack (speaker, male, interviewee, Mayor of Swaffham); Thinbow, Edith (speaker, female, interviewee, Secretary of Community Health Council)
Recording note(s): Recorded with the intention of being broadcast on BBC Radio Norfolk.

Hospital hairdressing salon

Description: Discussion of the privatisation of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital hairdressing salon.
Recording location: Norfolk, England, UK
Performer(s)/contributer(s): unidentified (speaker, female, presenter); Smith, Cheryl (speaker, female, interviewee, hairdresser); Murray, Vince (speaker, male, interviewee, Manager of Hospital Services); Glazebrook, Ron (speaker, male, interviewee)
Recording note(s): Recorded with the intention of being broadcast on BBC Radio Norfolk.

Letters to HLB

From: H [Hortense Allart], Montlhéri (2, 1859, nd); Mr Aznavour, Constantinople; Mr Baltazzi, Therapia; Charles P. Butt; Alex. Chrysoscoleo, Bucarest; Spiridion William de Civiny, Paros, including 1 to William Brodie, copy of letter to Civiny from M. Black, memoranda about his ancestry and family, and about Greek and Russian Orthodox churches (7); R.G. Colquhoun, Bucarest (2); M. Cleary[?], Constantinople; R.A.O. Dalyell, Erzeroom (2); William Doria (2); A. Edwards, Pera; M. de Fonblanque, Belgrade; R.F. Foote, M.D., Constantinople, to the Sultan of Turkey, petition to be allowed to open institution for patients of the middle and upper classes suffering from mental or nervous diseases; A.A. Fry, Pera; Rosine Gardner, Yassy, asks for pension, with copy refusal from Lord Malmesbury signed by E. Hammond; Prince Charles Gr. Ghika, Bucarest; Demetrius Ghika, Bucarest; T.F. Hughes, Pera; Ferdinando Koth, Ferikoy [in German]; Austen Henry Layard, 130 Piccadilly, with 2 copy letters from HLB, 1 to Mr Falconnet complaining about lack of information from him, with covering note to Layard; Lord Augustus Loftus, Vienna; J.A. Longworth, Monastir (4), with letter from Jordan Sigismond (endorsed Col Sigismond Jordan); N. Mallouf, Adalia, to H. Phillips, marked 'duplicate'; Lord Malmesbury, London, and 2 from HLB; S. Mayers, Bucarest; Mehemet Ali, Paris.

Letters, some with draft replies

Joseph T. Clover, University College Hospital, London concerning chemistry and medical text books and hospital life, 1848; E.L. Blackburne, Russell Square re visit to Norwich, 1879; Francis J. Day, Ordnance Survey Office, re photozincography of Norwich Domesday Book, 1883-1885; Augustus Jessopp headmaster of Norwich Grammar School re L'Estrange's extracts from Diocesan records, 1883; William Hudson enclosing copy for Rye re article on stone bridge at Norwich, 1885, and Norwich place-names; John Burgon Dean of Chichester re 'editio princeps' of New Testament, 1885 and Mr Field's papers; W. Aldis Wright re Field's theological MSS, 1885; A.H. Mann re references to organists in Cathedral rolls, 1890; correspondence from Karl Breul, Alfred Taylor and Emma Taylor and notes etc. re William Taylor of Norwich, 1898; William Vincent, Hockering, offering copies of Norfolk inscriptions for sale, 1899; W.H. St John Hope re return of Norwich. Sacrist's Rolls, 1900 and loss of Thornham font cover; Cunningham Geike re his book 'The Vicar and his Friends', 1901; Charles Ganz re Crabbe pedigree, 1907.

Extons Road

Summary of work: New infirmary wing
Additional information:
Building owner/Applicant: Union Workhouse
Architect/Builder: Smith & Co

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