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Invergordon Hospital
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Invergordon Hospital

Another part of the old Hospital which will be demolished following the completion of the new Hospital. Featured is another of the cherry trees which is sadly expected to be removed.
Picture added on 05 February 2005
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Pleased to say this tree is still in situ....along with a few others.
Added by Glenda on 20 July 2006
Thanks for the update Glenda. It's some time since I last visited the site. Are the trees still there now? My mother and father (both now sadly passed away) were both in the hospital for physiotherapy after falls in 2003 and 2004, and they absolutely loved these trees which were in full bloom at the time. The quantity of flowers they produced was stunning, and my mother, especially, was very upset when she discovered that the plan was to fell them all as part of the new hospital grounds 'development'. (Why is it that the word 'development' always seems to be used when what they actually mean is the removal of green and growing things?)
Added by Colin Dunn on 11 July 2008
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