It is 100 years since the Congregation of the Daughters of the Cross of Liege established Holy Cross Hospital as a tuberculosis sanatorium. Today the hospital helps people with severe disabilities and long-term conditions to achieve the best quality of life. Holy Cross Hospital is holding a number of events throughout 2017 to mark the 100 years of outstanding care it has provided so far.
I am delighted to be speaking about the sanatorium movement at the Haslemere Museum, helping to celebrate the centenary of the Holy Cross Hospital. Before the talk there will be a reception and a chance to take in the Hospital’s centenary exhibition which will be on display at the Museum from 1 to 30 September.
Tickets for the lecture are free and available from the Reception at Holy Cross Hospital.
Information about Holy Cross Hospital’s centenary: https://www.holycross.org.uk/centenary-celebrations.html