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This photography and Oral History project documents seventeen places in Leicester which have not changed for at least 25 years.

An installation of the work was open for six months at Leicester New Walk Museum in 2008. With a grant from the Art Fund the artwork was then purchased by the museum for their perment collection (see link).




Cossington Street Pool

The southwest wing of the Leicester Royal Infirmary was built in 1922,

Comprising a block of three wards named Fielding Johnson, Langham and Marriot. The plaque above the bed acknowledges the importance of charity donations prior to the establishment of the NHS.

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