Come along to the Museum's fourth annual evening of talks to hear speakers and poets engage with the history of Worcestershire's hospital buildings.
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We were lucky to be included in a new film made to bring attention to the wealth of heritage in Worcester which covers 1000 years of stories. You can see some of the most popular features of these churches, museums and other venues in this short film made by Fruit Tree Films with funding from Museums Worcestershire and Arts Council England. Our partners included are: Worcester Cathedral, The Commandery, George Marshall Medical Museum, Greyfriar's House & Garden, Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service, The Infirmary, Museum of Royal Worcester, St Martin in the Cornmarket, St Swithun's Church, Tudor House Museum, Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum, Worcestershire Museum of Freemasonry, Worcester Guildhall.
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The latest news from George Marshall Medical Museum and The Infirmary has been compiled in the Spring 2017 Newsletter and sent out today to subscribers. Sign up above to receive future versions and read Spring's news here.
The George Marshall Medical Museum will be hosting its fourth annual evening of talks relating to the history of medicine and healthcare on Thursday 13th July, 2017. Please do get in touch with ideas for a 30 minute talk, which this year, will focus on the history of medical and healthcare buildings and how their architecture may have impacted upon patients' health.
For 2017, both venues wanted to highlight architecture, building and encourage our visitors to lookout for medical buildings around the city. The events leaflet for The Infirmary is now finished and newsletter subscribers will be getting sent their copies.
The events are being added to the What's On area of this website and anyone interested in attending events is encouraged to book a FREE slot through Eventbrite as that helps us managed the resources required for the events. Look at bit.ly/TheInfirmaryTickets anytime for the latest events coming up.