New book shares history of Stamford Hospital

New book shares history of Stamford Hospital
 

0 Have your say The Friends of Stamford Hospital have launched a new history of Stamford Hospital.
The hospital’s story started in 1823 when prominent local surgeon, Henry Fryer, died and left £7,477 in his will to establish “an infirmary” for the people of Stamford. His generosity was matched by the Marquess of Exeter who donated land on Uffington Road for it to be built.
Completed in 1828, the final cost of construction was £5,793 12s 1d, which equates to £5,793 60½p in modern money. In the intervening 188 years the story of the hospital has reflected developments in healthcare alongside... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 36
Source: Bourne Local
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