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A CELEBRATION OF THE CHARITABLE APPEALS TRUST – KING’S MILL HOSPITAL, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

28 February 2011

We are very happy to announce the start of our most recent commission – a heritage display to recognise the very significant achievements of the King’s Mill Charitable Appeals Trust.

Led by Frances Stein, with the help of many volunteers and the local community, the appeal has raised over £2.3 million for the benefit of the hospital since the start of the first appeal 25 years ago.

“We have a total of 21 lever arch files containing photographs and press cuttings which records a huge variety of fund raising events and donations of cash from local clubs, pubs, businesses, local councils and individual members of the public over many years.

“The challenge is to produce a design which is attractive for children and young people and at the same time acknowledge the generosity of the local community and the achievements of the Appeals Trust.” (project brief)

Our intention is to create an illustrated display that is bright, colourful and fun, which will appeal to children and adults alike. The display will be sited in the brand new Women and Children’s Centre at King’s Mill Hospital.