On Saturday 27 July we’ll be holding our fifth annual spring clean of the George Marshall Medical Museum. This is usually held in April this year, but due to staff sickness, it has been postponed until July.

Please get in touch if you’d like to help and have a few hours spare. You’ll learn new skills, get up close with the collections and spend time with like-minded people in a safe and supportive environment.

Telephone 01905 760738 or email for more information:

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Jack Bulbulia's Nursing Project

Jack Bulbulia came to George Marshall Medical Museum during February half-term to learn more about nurses during the First World War. We showed him some of our displays, and gave him lots of lovely research booklets including information about Spanish Flu and medicine in Worcestershire between 1914-1918. We’re so pleased to report that Jack was not only awarded a Commendation Award by his school for all of his hard work, but he also brought the project in for us to see!

We loved it so much we’ve scanned a few pages for you all to see (including his speech notes, which are BRILLIANT!).

Well done, Jack!

The Mayor's 8th Annual Medical Lecture

‘Man and Machine in perfect Harmony -     A brief history of UK dialysis’ by Doctor Stephen Spencer

Consultant Physician and Nephrologist to the Worcestershire Royal Hospital

The Mayor of Worcester, Councillor Jabbar Riaz, would like to invite you to this year’s Annual Medical Lecture at the Guildhall on Tuesday 16th April 6.30pm for 7.00pm.

Tickets are £10.00 (students £5.00), to include a glass of wine/soft drink, available from the Tourist Information Centre at the Guildhall and the Mayor’s Office –  or tel. 01905 722001.

All proceeds will benefit the Mayor’s Charities – Worcester Community Trust, Worcester Live and St Richard’s Hospice