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Waitrose donates information board to Stamford almshouse




A new information board, paid for by Waitrose, is installed outside Truesdale Hospital in Stamford. From left, hospital chairman of trustees John Harvey, resident Vic Millington, Waitrose manager John Evans, resident Lesley White, trustee Philip Heath and resident Elain Hooper. EMN-151229-151358001
A new information board, paid for by Waitrose, is installed outside Truesdale Hospital in Stamford. From left, hospital chairman of trustees John Harvey, resident Vic Millington, Waitrose manager John Evans, resident Lesley White, trustee Philip Heath and resident Elain Hooper. EMN-151229-151358001

A supermarket has helped fund an information board for one of Stamford’s tourist attractions.

Waitrose paid for the board outside Truesdale Hospital in Scotgate through its community matters scheme. The board gives a brief history of the almshouse and the life of residents.



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