About the League of Charing Cross Hospital Nurses.
Its rules are set out in a constitution and its work is managed by an Executive Committee which is elected by the members, and which meets five times a year.
The Executive Committee
President Mrs Ruth Buckingham
Vice president Miss Jenny Bromley
Chairman Miss Margaret Dorman
Honorary Secretary Miss Nora Flanagan
Honorary Treasurer Miss Judy Davis
Mrs Nikki Capon
Miss Heather Crosskey
Mrs Monica Kerr
Miss Faz Khan
Joint editor Mrs Jan Norcott –
Joint editor Mrs Roz Rosenblatt-
Mrs Wendy Walker
The rules are set out in a Constitution and its work is managed by an elected Executive Committee which meets at least four times a year.
The Committee welcomes all interest in its work and nominations for election to the committee from members.
The annual journal has been produced since 1932 with the exception of the war years and is a very important part of the league. It contains articles and items of news written or sent in by the members, as well as a summary of the Annual General Meeting. It is the formal link between members. The editor is supported by the editorial team, who are members of the executive committee. The editor is keen to welcome all items of interest.
The League maintains the collection of records, photographs and other memorabilia connected with nurses and nursing at Charing Cross Hospital. There are regular displays in the two cabinets in the foyer of the hospital.
The AGM is held on the second Saturday in May. Starting at 10.30, it is an opportunity for friends to catch up with people and news, over coffee, followed by the business meeting, which is the time for the Officers of the League to report to the members. After lunch there is a service in the Chapel of the Holy Cross. The day culminates with tea at 3.30pm with friends.
Charities and Awards
The Mary Cochrane Fund This fund is a registered Charity set up in memory of Mary Smallwood Cochrane, RRC, Matron 1924 – 1943 and is to provide relief for nurses who trained at Charing Cross Hospital and are over 65 years.
The League has now established a network of groups of members who wish to have more contact with each other.