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history of the Public Health Department in Bermondsey

Donald Murray Connan

history of the Public Health Department in Bermondsey

by Donald Murray Connan

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Published by H. Richardson in London .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Bermondsey, Eng. -- Public Health Department.,
  • Public health -- Great Britain -- Bermondsey.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 233-234.

    Statementby D. M. Connan.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination234, iii p., (13) plates (p.art col.) :
    Number of Pages234
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19483746M

    Get this from a library! Forgotten futures: British municipal cinema, [Elizabeth Lebas] -- Forgotten Futures: British Municipal Cinema offers for the first time a lively overview of the development, peak and ultimate demise of British municipal film in the twentieth century. The Bermondsey Public Health Centre officially opened on 7th November - the first of its kind in the country. It had been built at a cost of £44, The 3-storey building contained an Infant Welfare Centre, an ante-natal clinic, a gynaecological clinic, a foot clinic which provided chiropody services and a Tuberculosis Centre on the.

    Dr Alfred Salter visited Bermondsey whilst a student at Guy's and later he chose to practice in Bermondsey, charging 6p a visit but waiving his fees for those most in need. He become involved in politics and in was elected to Bermondsey Council. In he became the independent Labour Party MP for Bermondsey.   Even better, Ada Salter will also be included- which means London will receive its first public statue of a female politician and trade unionist. Improved security will be installed to protect the figures. The new and thoroughly deserving artwork will be unveiled on Bermondsey Wall East at 2pm, Sunday 30 th November

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A History history Subject Category: Disciplines, Occupations and Industries see more details of the Public Health development in Bermondsey corrects the perspective and draws attention to many features of interest to the hygienist in the riverside borough facing the City from the south bank of the by: 1.

Bermondsey also launched an aggressive public health information campaign. Potential learning experiences were everywhere: a backlit slide-table while waiting at a clinic, leaflets into homes, even bookmarks with health slogan slipped into every book the library service issued.

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As a result of his discovery Bermondsey became a spa town. In the 18th century people believed that drinking mineral water was good for your health and many doctors prescribed water from the Bermondsey Spa to their patients. As a result Bermondsey boomed and in the late 18th century many large houses were built in the area.

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Tommy Steele from Bermondsey was the first British rockers to top the UK charts Troc-ette cinema ( Tower Bridge Road) closed. Star Cinema building in Abbey Street demolished Borough of Southwark was formed by amalgamation of. InBermondsey’s MP Dr Salter prophesied that when the next war inevitably came ‘Bermondsey will be an area of smashed buildings, wrecked factories, devastated houses, mangled corpses, and bodies of helpless men, women and children ’ Fourteen years later, the Blitz proved him tragically right.

A history of the Public Health Department in Bermondsey by Donald Murray Connan (Book) Most widely held works by England) Bermondsey (London The parish registers of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, by England) Bermondsey (London (). Bermondsey Health Centre We provide community health services in a variety of locations across Lambeth and Southwark to bring hospital care closer to you.

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