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Stamford's Shoestring Theatre handover a £200 cheque to Browne's Hospital as a thank you for hosting their open air performance of the Roses of Eyam




Stamford's Shoestring Theatre have handed over a £200 cheque to Browne's Hospital after it was used for their performance of the Roses of Eyam as part of the Stamford Festival in June.

Ken Walsh, the director of the historical drama by Don Taylor, said: "It was wonderful to be able to perform the story of the Derbyshire plague village in the great atmosphere of Browne's garden with such historic buildings as a backdrop.

"We are very grateful to the governors for allowing us the use of their facilities."

The cheque is presented
The cheque is presented

Browne's Hospital is open to visitors on Saturdays and also on Saturday, September 14 and Saturday, September 21, between 11am and 4pm on both days as part of the Heritage Open Days.

Shoestring's production of Ladybird, Ladybird takes place at the Arts Centre from September 10 to September 14.

The picture shows Ken Walsh, centre, presenting the cheque to John Mitchell, chair of the Browne's Hospital governors, left, with David Wallington, curator looking on.

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