A cottage at Erskine Hospital is named after society which supplies the hospital with films.
One of disabled ex-servicemen's cottages at the Erskine Hospital is named "Kinematograph Renters' Society House" in appreciation of the Society's supply of films to the hospital. Brigadier Haywood unveils a commemorative plaque on behalf of the Society. LV. Hospital attendant pushing trolley down the corridor of the new wing of Erskine Hospital - pan through window showing general view of Erskine Hospital. SV. Patient in bed with a relative alongside. LV. Hospital ward with patients looking at television. SV. Group of patients chatting. SV. Exterior, group of people (left to right): Mr Louis Levy, Spary (Chairman) Brigadier Heywood and two others. LV. Group of film society members listening to Brigadier Haywood. SV. Brigadier Haywood speaking. SV. Film Renters looking on. SV. Brigadier Haywood walks over to unveil plaque. CU. Union Jack falls from plaque. SV. Brigadier Haywood and others looking up at plaque. CU. Plaque.
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