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‘A story worth telling’

A new book, written by a former chair of our Trustee Board, documents the fascinating history of Paul Strickland Scanner Centre.
Dr Strickland and John Hanney

A new book, written by a former chair of our Trustee Board, documents the fascinating history of Paul Strickland Scanner Centre. Inspired by Dr Strickland, John Hanney joined our Board of Trustees in 1995, serving until 2010.

John Hanney’s new book Working Together, which documents the history of Paul Strickland Scanner Centre.

John said: “I really enjoyed serving on the Board, first as a trustee and later as the chairman. I visited the centre at least twice a month and it was clear that it was one big family, with all the staff getting on very well. There was such a nice atmosphere. It was hugely satisfying to see how the centre was developing, with the number of scans growing from about 5,000 per year using two scanners in the late 90s to about 17,000 using 5 scanners when I retired from the Board. It’s a story worth telling.”

John has produced the book at his own expense. He would like to print further copies to help raise money for the centre and is asking anyone who is interested in the book to register their interest by indicating this on the accompanying donation form or by emailing appeals@stricklandscanner.org.uk

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