When the Hospital was founded in 1828 it relied entirely on charitable donations not just for day to day running but to develop the pioneering research for which it has become famous. The hospital has always accepted charitable donations and legacies and today the Royal Free Charity manages these donations,including those to Barnet Hospital Charity and Chase Farm Hospital Charity, that support all areas of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
Dear Alan and Lyn we had so much fun together didn't we...do you remember our fancy dress party when Alan came as a Sheik and you Lyn as a "belly Dancer with Jewel in her navel"!
Then there was working together for some 20 years or so at Beecham and your very able help as my Industrial supervisor for my PhD...
Let alone all the Christmas parties..and, and and ..ah well lovely to see the two of you together again...
RIP in your perfect country idyll at St Peter's.
Our fondest love and memories
Andrew and Sue
Dr Andrew Cockburn
We spent many a summer with Alan, Lyn and the boys whilst growing up. Long days were enjoyed out on the boat, working our way through locks and waiting patiently for the food to cook on the BBQ! Such great times were had running around the garden at Rowney Gardens with Amber in tow. Lyn with her magic hands taught me about the power of reflexology and Alan taught me how to use his special roll-up gadget whilst sitting on a bar stool which provided hours of entertainment! Fond memories and a special time had by all. Myles, Neil, James and Family, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
All our love from Alison, James and the Story Family