Sir Trevor McDonald came to the Florence Nightingale Museum on Tuesday to open a special exhibition to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of renowned nurse and herbalist Mary Seacole.
Sir Trevor McDonald cuts the ribbon whilst Nina Baden-Semper and Guy's and St Thomas' chairman Patricia Moberly look on
Nina Baden-Semper (Love Thy Neighbour, Crossroads) in character as Mary Seacole
The exhibition is a key element of the Mary Seacole Bicentenary London 2005 and is produced in partnership with Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, the Black Cultural Archives, the Royal College of Nursing and London South Bank University, of which Sir Trevor McDonald is chancellor.
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