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New garden at Rutland Memorial Hospital will help patients recover




Rutland Memorial Hospital garden opening EMN-150516-121844001
Rutland Memorial Hospital garden opening EMN-150516-121844001

Patients, staff and dignitaries in the new garden at Rutland Memorial Hospital

The garden, which is overlooked by the hospital’s in-patient Rutland ward, was paid for from a charitable bequest by Uppingham resident Ted Toon.

The average time spent on Rutland ward is 21 days and the aim of the garden is to play a crucial role in aiding recovery and making both patients’ and visitors’ time there enjoyable.



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