Packing eggs collected from Rushden factories in connection
with Rushden Trades Hospital and Convalesent Homes Fund.
Left - right: Mr. Bland, Mrs. Major, Mr. T. W. Cox (organiser),
Mrs. T. W. Cox, Mr. F. Elmer and Miss Sharwood (secretary).
Rushden Echo & Argus, 12th February 1932
Rushden Trades Hospital Fund
Mr L W Bradshaw Becomes Chairman
Mr L W Bradshaw, secretary of Messrs John White Ltd.,
the well-known boot firm, is
the new chairman of
Rushden Trades Hospital Fund.
Rushden Echo & Argus, 26th February 1937, transcribed by Kay Collins
TRADES HOSPITALThe monthly meeting of the Trades Hospital and Convalescent Home Fund was held in the Manufacturers' Offices on Thursday week, Mr. F. G. Dearie presiding. The issue of orders and letters was reported as follows:- Northampton in-patient 12, outpatient 35; Bedford in-patient 1; convalescent home letters 1; transport cases 10, glasses 31.
The financial statement showed contributions received to be £133 19s. 10d., and expenditure £40 13s. 4d., leaving a balance-in-hand of £93 6s. 6d.