Ironwork centre honoured

The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) has honoured the British Ironwork Centre for their contribution to the Trust. Trust chief executive Simon Wright presented the Centre’s chair Clive Knowles with a Community Champion award in recognition of the business’ support and commitment to the Trust.

The British Ironwork Centre is supporting SaTH throughout 2018 – the 70th year of the NHS – with a number of projects including the creation of a sculpture made from obsolete hospital equipment.

Simon says, “I’m very grateful to Clive and everyone at the British Ironwork Centre for their support and look forward to working with them on this exciting sculpture project. He has even promised me the chance to go down to the Centre and have a go at welding an item of equipment to the sculpture!”

SaTH will celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS with a fun day this summer. The event, which will be held in the grounds of the Shropshire Conference Centre RSH on Saturday 7 July, starting at 11am with a 5km circular fun run, will see the unveiling of the sculpture.


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