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Art created for St Luke's Hospital

Updated: Oct 2, 2023

A connection between generations is something we have long recognised as important here at St Luke's. Our residents who call St Luke's home really enjoy meeting children and taking part in activities like art and craft where both older and younger participants can share the pleasure that being creative can bring.

To that end we have enjoyed many visits and performances from children and students from local schools and colleges. Recently we were delighted to receive a very special piece of art from Radley College. Their year nine pupils, all 150 students, created an individual butterfly. These stunning butterflies of many different colours and patterns have been mounted together to create the most beautiful and delicate piece of art for our residents to enjoy.

The school has also donated several pieces of art created by some of their former pupils for our living and dining areas. We are truly grateful to the students of Radley College for these inspiring images that have already received high praise from our residents and patients.

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