Evening Telegraph 1973, transcribed by Margaret Matthews
Youngsters help out clinic
Waiting to see the doctor is a game for young patients at Rushden Memorial Clinicthanks to Baptist Sunday school scholars.
Children from Rushden Highfield Baptist Church have raised nearly £25 for the clinic by the sale of their old toys, after a special Sunday school toy service, and the money has been used to buy new play equipment for child out-patients.
Eleven year old Anne Neal and Karen Matthews (9) visited the clinic to hand over dolls prams, teddy bears and books for the children's waiting room.
With them were Sunday school secretary Mrs. Stella Godfrey and the minister, the Rev. John Weaver.
Left to right: Dr Robert Wigglesworth, Anne Neal (11), the Rev John Weaver, Karen Mathews (9), and Sister Florence Lane pictured when the children handed over new playthings to Rushden Memorial Clinic.
Another fundraising event
c1975 saw these books
and toys presented
to the Memorial Clinic
for the children visitng
the out-patients' clinics.
Left to right: Rev John Weaver, Ann Neal, ?, Karen Matthews, Stella Godfrey, ?.