Wednesday, 14 December 2011


Judgement day has been and gone and the esteemed judges giggled their way through the ward as they  looked at our art work and hilarious representation of the pantomime of Aladdin. The images of staff photo shopped into the characters of Aladdin and elves pointing the way around the ward has provided a lot of amusement over the previous weeks and occasional causes traffic jams in the main entrance to the ward. The exercise of creating the decorations has generated a lot of good will between staff. Everybody got on board and assisted with painting scenes and helping to make the hundreds of paper flowers that hang from our very long corridors

 The entrance to the ward, a little temple like.
 The stars of the pantomime are the doctors of the colorectal and upper gastrointestinal units, all good sports for allowing us a little fun.
 The main desk at the front of the ward. Lots of lanterns and flowers from the ceilings.

 A helpful little elf, Pam, one of the ward clerks.

 Paper flowers made from serviettes and paper towels.

 Aladdin's palace
 Part of the market scene- supposed to be chinese dolls and plates, colourful at least.
Some of the elves and helpers of the ward. Everybody was represented, even me. I'm on the left. Sonya was very kind and gave me a great body.

 The cave scene, we were surprised nobody at the chocolate coins.
 The Emperors palace

 Wishey Washey's Laundry
 Happily ever after...

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