Welcome to aturnofthekey
Memories of Old St.Georges Hospital 1818-1995 and Coton Hill Hospital 1854-1976, Stafford
A shared record of the Life and Times of these once-proud Old Hospitals. 25/02/2012
Copyright © to All Material on the Site is acknowledged as being Retained by the Donor/s – Permission for Use – Is Required
NEWS and VIEWS
Aturnofthekey soon to be future preserved, as part of The UK Web Archive, See Archived page, and UKWA
Latest News about Development to the Old St Georges Main Building Here
A Very Interesting Article about the History of our old Hospital
“A Brief History Of Staffordshire Lunatic Asylum”
© Rebecca Wynter 2010/11- University of Birmingham
Some of your Recent Pictures, Bordered Temporarily in red, on the Relevant Pages
(IF YOU HAVE ANY PICTURES RELEVANT TO THE SITE – PLEASE CONTACT ME)
Hover over Photos for Donor ID, Info., etc. – Left Click to Enlarge
Uploaded 10/09/2015 See Here
“AWAITING YOUR NEXT PHOTO”
Some of your Recent Anecdotes – See More of these Here
(IF YOU HAVE ANY ANECDOTES RELEVANT TO THE SITE – PLEASE CONTACT ME)
(25/07/15) An Uncomfortable Start – by Bill Sim . . .
(03/08/2015) A Strange Dance – by Roy Shirley . . .
(17/08/15) Whistling, Fire-Hoses and Perceived Reputations – by Brian Simms . . .
Notes About Comments – etc.
Describing a Hospital’s life and care of it’s People throughout it’s long history, on an Open, Public-Access Site, can raise some Sensitive Issues.
We also have very Individual perceptions of these Old Places and People. Some of them may be Positive, some of them may Not always be so.
The Site will always attempt to reflect – these Issues and Differing Viewpoints – in as Acceptable a way as possible.
In recognition of the above, please, try to be – Respectful of it’s People – if I have missed anything untoward please Contact me.
Comments for On Site Publication – Related to the Site and it’s Contents – are for Recollections of Personal Experiences and or Perceptions.
These add extra Personal Authenticity, hopefully bringing more Variety and Colour to the Site. They are very Welcome and much Appreciated.
It’s always Good-to-Say-Hello, but for Longer-Chats / Personal-Conversations, Please – See the Contact Facilities
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