GWH 10th anniversary events revealed

Posted: November 20, 2012

Celebrate our 10th anniversary with us

GWH 10th anniversaryThe Great Western Hospital is 10 years old on 3rd December - why not come along to our anniversary events and celebrate with us! 

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Anniversary events calendar

Monday 3rd December

11am - Commemorative artwork unveiling, main corridor, ground floor
This special piece of artwork will be unveiled by 10 year old Kelsey Payne from Swindon, one of the very first babies to be cared for at the hospital. The art was created with the help of our local community and over 300 photographs of babies born at the hospital have been used to create an eye catching collage in the shape of a '10'. Thank you to everyone who has helped bring this artwork to life! 

11.15am - Talk on hospital's history, main corridor, ground floor
The hospital's achievements and key milestones over the last 10 years are displayed in a timeline which tells the story of the hospital through the eyes of the staff that work here.

Wednesday 5th December

12.30pm - Great Western Bake off cake sale, GWH Atrium
All uneaten entries from the GWH staff's Great Western Bake off competition will go on sale in the Atrium with donations to the Trust's Charitable Fund.

4pm - Christmas tree lights switch on

Thursday 6th December

11am - Time capsule opening, Shalbourne Suite courtyard
The time capsule originally buried in 2002 will be opened and mementoes from the last ten years will be added for future generations.

12pm-2pm - Carol singing in the Atrium

Saturday 8th December

Charity abseil
As part of the celebrations, GWH will be holding a charity abseil. You can be part of our celebrations by abseiling an impressive 90ft drop and raising money for the hospital Trust's Charitable Fund. Around 70 people are already taking part in the abseil and you can find out more in our Support Us section.

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