Royal Marsden

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Royal Marsden

A world-class oncology centre specialising in cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and education. The Marsden operates hospitals in London and Surrey, and is the largest and most comprehensive cancer centre in Europe; it partners with The Institute of Cancer Research to develop new cancer drug therapies and treatments. It was founded in 1851 by William Marsden, whose vision was to create a pioneering cancer hospital dedicated to excellence in the study, treatment and care of people with cancer.
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The police had broken countless heads with their riot clubs; and the death list had been augmented by the turning loose of a machine-gun on the strikers from the barns of the Marsden Special Delivery Company.
Members of the school choir first performed to the Marsden Meet and Eat group at the The United Church, where they sang a selection of Christmas songs and carols to the community's elderly folk.
Over the next few days signs with numbers for The Samaritans will be sited near the Marsden Grotto pub and on nearby footpaths.
The Council of the Borough of Kirklees propose to make the above Order under their powers in the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which, as it affects roads in the Marsden and Slaithwaite areas of the Kirklees district, will be to impose:-1.
Led by the Marsden Silver Prize Band, relatives of Harry, villagers and a host of dignitaries joined a parade from the Royal British Legion to the Cenotaph in Marsden park.
Capturing the scenery in and around the Isle of Skye and then returning to the rugged beauty of Marsden inspired Keith to take photography more seriously and he helped found the Marsden Photography Club.
The Marsden Menuscript event, organised by Marsden Jazz Festival officials, with funding from Arts Council England, saw hundreds parade through the streets for a musical extravaganza on Sunday as a celebration of the annual village highlight.
Many of the groups have been food related, with the Marsden Junior School gardening group, the Marsden Meet and Eat lunch club for older people and smallholders Tom and Dil Lonsdale (and their two goats
THE Marsden Walkers celebrated their 10th anniversary with a canal ride on a water taxi, a walk and a buffet supper.
BY POPULAR demand the next film at the Marsden film club will be a family favourite.
A donation of PS200 from the profits made on last year's calendar went to help fund the Marsden and Slaithwaite Christmas lights and a similar contribution will be made this year.
Walkers will also have the chance to visit the Marsden Stanza Stone, an inscribed poem written by local poet Simon Armitage.