Press Cuttings concerning Storthes Hall Hospital STH/5/2

Dated 1980s-c1991

Extent: 14 pages

Description
1. Photocopy, ‘The Boys in the Hospital Blue 1927/8’, Huddersfield and District Chronicle, nd [c1980s]
2. ‘Mental Health admissions cut’, nd [1980s]
3. ’Minister flies in on visit’, Huddersfield District Chronicle, 2 Nov 1984
4. ‘Dumping the Mentally Ill’, ROOF Article. Photocopy of article by Monica Brimacombe, pp. 21-4. The article claims that the Salvation Army used as a dumping ground for the mentally ill. Landlords were accused of exploiting former patients who then ended up homeless or suicidal. Nov 1986-Dec 1986
5. ‘Still the envy of the world’, Huddersfield Daily Examiner, 5 Jul 1988
6. ‘Got it taped – hospital life recalled’, ‘Exhibition traces the continuing revolution in mental health care’, Huddersfield District Newspapers, 15 Jul 1988
7. ‘A toast to pleasures of drying out’, ‘In need of a new home’, 8 Dec 1988
8. Photocopy, ‘Bishop opens training units’, Huddersfield Daily Examiner, 23 Mar 1990
9. Photocopy, ‘A tough regime for patients – and nurses. Emergency ward nine!’, nd [c1990]
10. ‘Enterprising scheme is helping ex-Storthes Hall patients. Adapting to a new way of life outside hospital walls’, Huddersfield Daily Examiner, 19 Oct 1990
11. ‘Grounds like an estate’, ‘Behind those locked doors’, Huddersfield Daily Examiner, 31 Dec 1990
12. ‘Tackling a sizeable problem’, ‘Key to a new working life’, ‘Tales of the unexpected’, Huddersfield Daily Examiner, 14 Jan 1991
13. ‘2 staff to 85 patients – Nursing a grievance’, Huddersfield Daily Examiner, 21 Jan 1991
14. ‘Latest Chapter in proud story’ nd [c1991]
15. ‘Schizophrenia – a much misunderstood illness’, nd [c1991]

Category:
Newspaper cuttings

Access Conditions:
Original available for consultation by appointment

Format:
Printed document