Wednesday 17 November 2010 10.31pm
It's not often I get cross but this has had me raging:
Guy's is an ugly building, and perhaps the 'energy efficient coating' will improve both the appearance and energy efficiency.
HOWEVER, what the *beep* do the Guy's & St Thomas' Charity think they are doing commissioning a sculpture to put on top of the building? How much is this going to cost? What benefit is it to the hospital? How is a sculpture on top of Guy's going to help you when you're ill and stuck in a ward staring at grey walls? I want the charity to spend it on the inside, cheering up patients, making patients comfortable, not spending it on ridiculous gestures such as this. They should be ashamed of themselves, and if anyone can confirm that it is going ahead (which I assume by the article that it is), I will be writing to the charity to express my disgust.