Learning Photo Gallery Archive: 2019 - 2020
To commemorate VE Day on Friday, 8th May, our Key worker children have been busy making bunting, which is proudly displayed on our fence. We remember those that didn't come home and who are remembered on the Robertsbridge War Memorial: Private Thomas Norman Jolley, Private Percy Goldsmith, Leading Signalman Jim Marden, Sergeant Jack Victor Raymond Woodgate, Flight Lieutenant Alan Amies, Lance Corporal Richard Charles Walter, Corporal Henry Underhill, Lieutenant Commander William James Mainprice, Assistant Steward Alan William George Lewis, Private Roy Willard, Gunner Douglas George Farley, Sergeant H. Brooks, Aircraftman Denys Humphrey Nook and Private D.C. Russell.
RAINBOW STAINED GLASS HEARTS
At the end of March, the chemotherapy units of the Conquest Hospital, Hastings, and the District General Hospital, Eastbourne, moved into East Sussex College in Eastbourne. They have taken over what was the beauty school - this means there are many many mirrors! A request went out for rainbow pictures or inspirational quotes to cover the mirrors with. The other week, some of the Keyworker children in school created some beautiful rainbow stained glass hearts, which were sent to the unit. We received a lovely email from the Matron of the unit, along with a photo of the hearts put up in the unit:
I just wanted to say a huge thank you and to let you know that the hearts your children have made have been received (I have attached a photo).
What an absolutely lovely thing for you all to have done.
Thank you so very much for adding more colour to our patients and staffs environment, it is so very much appreciated.
Judy Beard Unit