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The battle for the Lambert

After a 7 month struggle Hambleton District Council has persuaded the National Health Service to sell them the former Lambert Hospital building in Thirsk for future community use. This good news emerged from a meeting of the Council’s Cabinet earlier this week when the decision of the NHS was finally received.  The Lambert will not reopen as a hospital; that is history. The care and kindness received by so many patients over the years will live in the memory of many families. The Council will call a public meeting in the near future to explain what options the future holds and to seek the views of local people. For myself, I hope a quiet corner can be found to house a little exhibition about the history of the building and its special place in Thirsk life.


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