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Art in Hospitals

By 1989, 10 years after the ‘Art in Hospital’ scheme was established, the Fund had supported more than 40 projects – for a number of hospitals including Charing Cross, the Royal London, St George’s, St Stephen’s, The Royal Free and St Thomas’s – with around £20,000 a year invested in arts-related projects.

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