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Nicola Lane 2020 / copy negative courtesy RNOH

In November 2020 Pegleg Productions was among 162 organisations to receive a lifeline grant from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, receiving £9,500 to progress and develop 'Searching For the Grey Lady: A Ghost From WW1 at the RNOH'.
Grants from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund protected heritage sites to ensure that jobs and access to arts, culture and heritage in local communities were protected during the challenges of the Pandemic.
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​This funding enabled Pegleg Productions to develop 'Searching for the Grey Lady: A Ghost From WW1 at the RNOH"  into a series of Podcast episodes tracing the history of the RNOH Stanmore from its’ inception until the aftermath of the First World War, composed of contemporary accounts in newspapers and archives discovered during our explorations at the RNOH - performed by RNOH staff, clinicians, patients, and the whole spectrum of those involved with the hospital, reading excerpts from the archives and recording their readings at home on their phone. 
Pegleg Productions wants to thank all those involved, who in spite of the challenges of COVID, worked to deliver the Podcast in creative collaboration with award-winning hospital radio Radio Brockley. 
For Podcast cast lists, links and information about all Episodes go to:​​​​​​​

Podcast performers Christine Bows and Keith Reeve / 2020

The #CultureRecoveryFund also enabled Pegleg Productions' recruitment of archivist Dr Philip Milnes-Smith and Community Historian Dr Sam Carroll to research and identify archive material remaining on the RNOH site, as well as exploring strategies for retaining RNOH treasure for the future. ​​​​​​​

Oldest structure on RNOH site: Dr Milnes-Smith and Dr Carroll examine the 'Obelisk.' / Nicola Lane 2021

Thanks to RNOH Head of Research and Innovation Iva Hauptmannova, in May 2021 Dr Milnes-Smith and Dr Carroll were able to examine RNOH onsite archives, for the first time since Lockdown began in 2020:

Examining RNOH archival treasure / Nicola Lane / 2021

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