My recent purchases of 2 Willow Court Signs over the past few weeks inspired me to go through a box of small relics and artifacts I have collected over the years. Mind you a lot of these are not exciting but I believe they play an important role in telling
I was lucky enough to purchase this tablet that marks the opening of the new additions to the Administrative Block at Lachlan Park Hospital. The Tablet has different 2 Premiers names on it (Cosgrove and Reece) along with some very well known Doctors in the Mental Health area in Tasmania.
Ever wanted to own your very own copy of Troubled Asylum, well here is you chance. Up for grabs is a 2nd Edition soft cover version of the rare, sought after book. Troubled Asylum by R W Gowlland (2nd Edition) $175 Glenorchy, Tasmania Troubled asylum : the history of the Royal
I have been told by a very reliable source that we are extremely close to unveiling some plans for the Oval Ward precinct. The source indicated that if it comes to fruition it will be a very positive reuse for the buildings. Stay tuned for more information.
Thought I would post on here to clear up some confusion and panic about the latest Real Estate news occurring in Willow Court, as it is a bit confusing. There seems to be two things happening here. One is the vendor is trying sell the Oval Wards through LJ Hooker.
If you notice anyone digging around Willow Court this weekend don't worry its the Dirty Weekend of Archaeology for Teachers. The Dirty Weekend of Archaeology for Teachers is three days of teacher professional learning, where participants are immersed in a real archaeological excavation. Teachers will be involved in planning, excavating,
I was contacted recently from a lady stating that she had a Royal Derwent Hospital Electronic Convulsive Therapy (ECT) machine that she bought at Auction some time ago. She informed me that the Auction in which she bought it from labelled it as a ECT machine from Royal Derwent Hospital.