TLC Mural LlandudnoMinor Injury Unit (MIU)

On Thursday 6th September 2016 Bro Ieuan Redvers Jones Provincial Grand Master for the Masonic Province of North Wales accompanied by W.Bro David Gibbison TLC Chairman W.Bro Bryan George TLC Secretary and artist Bro Gary Drew formally presented a Mural to the Minor Injury Unit at Llandudno Hosptial for the Children’s waiting area. Unit Manager Malcolm Anglesea said “the new unit although larger and brighter than the previous unit, the Children’s waiting area needed more abiliuty to distract children from their pain or injury, while also showing hospitals can be a friendly place to be”.

The artwork was a collaboration between North Wales Freemasons TLC Appeal who also funded the project, renowned local artist Gary Drew and the MIU Unit at Llandudno Hospital. Taking up a whole wall of the children’s waiting area, the artwork is a beach scene with Llandudno Pier and the Great Orme in the background. Artist Gary Drew said “it was important when planning the piece to include local elements like the pier and Great Orme, also hidden within the mural are characters from Alice in Wonderland and 27 hidden Teddy Bears which the children are encouraged to find to distract them from the hospital environment”.

Bro Ieuan Redvers Jones remarked “when I came here today to present the artwork to the hospital I had no idea as to the size and the quality of the artwork, and the time and effort that had gone into the project. I do hope the children and their parents enjoy it for many years to come my congratulations to TLC and Gary Drew for a wonderful, effort”.

The Mural is also accompanied by a Brass Plaque which stated that the Mural was funded and presented to the unit by North Wales Freemasons.

TLC Mural Llandudno Minor Injury Unit (MIU)

On Thursday 6th September 2016 Bro Ieuan Redvers Jones Provincial Grand Master for the Masonic Province of North Wales accompanied by W.Bro David Gibbison TLC Chairman W.Bro Bryan George TLC Secretary and artist Bro Gary Drew formally presented a Mural to the Minor Injury Unit at Llandudno Hosptial for the Children’s waiting area. Unit Manager Malcolm Anglesea said “the new unit although larger and brighter than the previous unit, the Children’s waiting area needed more abiliuty to distract children from their pain or injury, while also showing hospitals can be a friendly place to be”.

The artwork was a collaboration between North Wales Freemasons TLC Appeal who also funded the project, renowned local artist Gary Drew and the MIU Unit at Llandudno Hospital. Taking up a whole wall of the children’s waiting area, the artwork is a beach scene with Llandudno Pier and the Great Orme in the background. Artist Gary Drew said “it was important when planning the piece to include local elements like the pier and Great Orme, also hidden within the mural are characters from Alice in Wonderland and 27 hidden Teddy Bears which the children are encouraged to find to distract them from the hospital environment”.

Bro Ieuan Redvers Jones remarked “when I came here today to present the artwork to the hospital I had no idea as to the size and the quality of the artwork, and the time and effort that had gone into the project. I do hope the children and their parents enjoy it for many years to come my congratulations to TLC and Gary Drew for a wonderful, effort”.

The Mural is also accompanied by a Brass Plaque which stated that the Mural was funded and presented to the unit by North Wales Freemasons.

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