Countess of Wessex visits Margate & Tunbridge Wells

The Countess of Wessex as Patron of Royal School for Deaf Children Margate, has opened the new hydrotherapy pool, disability gym and cafe complex in Margate, Kent 27 September 2014

His Hon. John Colyer QC, vice president and chairman of the school introduced the Countess and before she unveiled the plaque she gave a short speech
The Countess was given a private tour of areas inside the hospital, including a gallery of World War One photograph. She was introduced to members of the trauma team who showed her how the emergency department use lessons learnt from battlefield medical treatment.
Members of the A&E department also gave the Countess a tour around a specialist decontamination unit.
Last step of the visit took place at the Pickering Cancer Drop-in Centre in Tunbridge Wells as part of the charities 10th anniversary celebrations.
HRH gave a "heartfelt, warm speech" to those at the private event, according to one invited guest.

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