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Joseph Summerland (1789–1824)

William (1765–1834) – see separate entry – and Mary (1756–1834) Summerland had a son called Joseph born 4 May 1789.

William and Mary Summerland’s son, Joseph, may have been the same Joseph Summerland (butcher) convicted alongside William Allen (dyer) of Pinfold Lane and James Ford (farrier) – Parson’s and Bradshaw’s 1818 directory lists a James Ford, veterinary surgeon, Pinfold Street – of wilfully and maliciously cutting, wounding and injuring a dog belonging to John Greenhough of Uttoxeter in September 1821. 311 more words

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Night-vision cameras, heavy whipping cream, and "magic plates": The fascinating world of Family-Based-Therapy (FBT) for anorexia

I think it was back in 2009 that I first stumbled upon the Around the Dinner Table online forum or what my best friend and I cleverly call the “Maudsley Mom Forum.” At the time I was already aware that Family-Based Therapy (FBT; also referred to as the Maudsley Method) existed. 1,241 more words

Striking for £10per Hour!

Southwark Trades Council fully supports todays strike by workers of private contractor Aramark at Maudsley Hospital, Camberwell, where 175 GMB members voted to strike at four sites of South London and Maudsley NHS Trust (SLAM) in a pay dispute for £10 per hour. 105 more words

NHS mental health services are failing BME communities

Mainstream services have “a lot to learn” from the poorly funded voluntary groups picking up the pieces. By Alex Leonards.

North Croydon, home of Crystal Palace Football Club, host to hopeful asylum seekers crammed into dreary buildings – a place where male life expectancy is nine years lower than a few miles south. 2,421 more words

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