Our MREH 200 website will tell you everything you need to know about the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital and our bicentenary celebrations.
The Manchester Royal Eye Hospital is attempting to raise £200,000 to celebrate its 200 years of existence, to enhance the care of children with serious eye problems.
On 23rd March 2012, Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh visited to officially open the new Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, as well as the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital and Saint Mary's Hospital. The visit was part of the Diamond Jubilee tour and was featured heavily in national and international press.
The Manchester Royal Eye Hospital has occupied numerous buildings and locations since it opened in 1814. We are trying to gather as many photos of the Eye Hospital, from past and present, as possible. If you have any photos, please get in touch or send your images to us via the Get Involved tab at the top of the homepage.
Have you ever been a patient or a visitor of Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, or have you worked for us or with us? To help us celebrate 200 years of this world renowned hospital, we're asking for you to share your memories and experiences with us. These will then be used throughout the many events we're planning next year and we'd love for you to get in touch. Find out more information in the Get Involved section of this website.
To celebrate the bicentenary of the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Mr Nicholas Jones, Consultant Ophthalmologist, has written its history.
The book is entitled "Manchester Royal Eye Hospital 1814-2014: An Inside View". It is hardback, 294 pages and richly illustrated in colour and B&W.
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