Portable DVD Presentation by TLC QMC Nottingham

 

When children’s A&E Play Specialist at the Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, Bev Fletcher got in touch with David James her TLC contact from Radcliffe with Hemlock Stone Lodge to ask if it would be possible for him to source 3 portable DVD players she did not have to wait long for a response.  The DVD players are for attaching to trolleys moving the young patients to such places as X-ray, the plaster room or even to another hospital and serve to calm and entertain children, sometimes for long periods of time. It took less than a week for David to get the agreement of other TLC Nottingham Trustees to fund the purchases and to deliver three new machines.

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David is to be seen handing over the machines at Children’s A&E workstation.   Bev said that the hospital is so grateful for not only the DVDs and teddy bears but also the fish tank and many other items this wonderful Masonic charity has provided.When children’s A&E Play Specialist at the Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, Bev Fletcher got in touch with David James her TLC contact from Radcliffe with Hemlock Stone Lodge to ask if it would be possible for him to source 3 portable DVD players she did not have to wait long for a response.  The DVD players are for attaching to trolleys moving the young patients to such places as X-ray, the plaster room or even to another hospital and serve to calm and entertain children, sometimes for long periods of time. It took less than a week for David to get the agreement of other TLC Nottingham Trustees to fund the purchases and to deliver three new machines.