12th October 2017
Marking the centenary of Holy Cross Hospital, HRH Princess Alexandra opens learning and development centre.
To mark the centenary of Holy Cross Hospital, HRH Princess Alexandra opened a new learning and development centre named after St Hugh. This is one of several projects completed to celebrate the 100 years since the Daughters of the Cross established the hospital in Haslemere. Her Royal Highness was introduced to civic dignitaries and spent time talking with the Sisters, senior medical staff, patients and their families, before being invited to unveil a commemorative plaque. In these photographs she is seen (left) being welcomed by CEO, Christopher Hinton, and meeting Sister Veronica; (centre) being briefed by Sister Mary Agnes; and (right) unveiling the plaque.
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