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Donation helps make wards dementia friendly and Stamford and Peterborough hospitals

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Senior nurses and therapists at Peterborough City Hospital have raised £800 to help change the environments on wards to become dementia friendly.

The money was used to buy two tub chairs as well as memory boxes for city hospital wards and John Van Geest at Stamford Hospital.


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