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Early Nursing Staff at the Bartlet when the controlling body knew what they were doing

Modern day picture of the Bartlet Convalescent Home

The sign indicates the perpetual memory of Dr Bartlet

Thousands of people throughout Suffolk have had cause to be thankful for the Bartlet lifeline when it would not have been possible to return home after a serious operation

The setting up of the Bartlet Bequest Action Group Photo (BBAG) right is a welcomed relief for the many ordinary residents throughout Suffolk at the absolute appalling short term decision by the the Suffolk NHS primary Care Trust (PCT) to put the Bartlet up for sale, with such short notice. A BBAG public meeting has been arranged for Friday 19th January 2007 7.30pm. at St Johns church in Felixstowe. The group is also hoping to hold an exhibition Concerning the Bartlet in the St Johns Church Hall on the 19th and 20th January 2007

BBAG group on Felixstowe Promenade 21 December 2007 with the architects drawings and present day Bartlet in the background

Felixstowe BBAG Bartlet Bequest Action Group

Bartlet leading the the way in medical treatment in the early days. Nurses Quarters Annexe and Bartlet. Why is the asking price so low, Has the PCT the right to sell the Bartlet which was a gift and bequest to the people of Suffolk ?