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Digital copy of the Annual Report of Brig-y-don Children's Convalescent and Holiday Home, 1975. [Some details redacted].
1975 - 1975
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Names Patrons [Lieutenant Governor] Sir Desmond Fitzpatrick, Bailiff Sir Robert Le Masurier, and Mr A G Harrison. Names Patronesses the Countess of Jersey, and Mrs Edward Obbard. Names President Mr Maurice Letto. Names Vice-Presidents Reverend Peter G K Manton. Names Honorary Medical Officers Dr D H Georgelin and Dr D E Sayers. Names Honorary Dental Surgeon Mr A S Swain. Names Honorary Auditors as Messrs Alex Picot and Company. Names Honorary Treasurer Mr T [Tom] Foster. Names Honorary Secretary Mr A J Scriven. Names Committee members W Bedelle Aubin, R S Corbett, Mrs J R Hanna, Reverend C Paul Harrison, Dorothy Le Quesne, Reverend Charles Nowell, Lady McMorrough Kavanagh, Miss O'Brien Butler, Children's Officer C A Smith, L C Thomas, [Constable of St Clement] E [Ernest] Watson, and Dr A [Anthony] J Essex-Cater. Refers to St Helier, St Martin, St Peter, the Play Group at Brig-y-don known previously as the Day Nursery, fundraising, the Summer Fête, Golden Jubilee Fund, and a proposed building extension to increase the number of children able to be resident at Brig-y-don. Refers to the death of Committe member Max Bernstein, and a disability affecting Committee member Dorothy Le Quesne.
Alex Picot and Company
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