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The Nightingale Fellowship AGM 2022

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On 14 May 2022 at 2pm

The Nightingale Fellowship AGM was held for all members to access online.

This link is not now live but details will be published in The Nightingale Fellowship Annual Journal published in August 2022.

A copy of the Agenda is available ‘here’.

Followed at

3pm Chapel Service – starting at 3.15pm

The 94th commemoration service of the Nightingale Fellowship and was live streamed on Saturday 14th May 2022, being held in the St Thomas’ Hospital Chapel with invited guests only, due to restricted numbers in the Chapel.

The Service was led by The Reverend Canon Mia Hilborn, Head of Spiritual Care, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital, with the Address being given by The Reverend Canon Patricia Hillas, Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons.

A recording of the Service will be available on the Nightingale Fellowship website shortly.

The Order of Service is available ‘here’ for you to view.



We have written a Spring Newsletter for you in the interim of receiving your Annual Journal in August.  Please take a look here and enjoy your read!

An invitation is extended to you for a Bicentenary Service to take place at St Margaret’s Church, East Wellow, Hampshire on Sunday 15th May 2022. Please click here for full details



The Annual Nightingale Fellowship Journal 2022

We are now looking forward to receiving any relevant articles of interest you may care to write for the new Annual Journal.

Whether it be about an event you have attended, announcing a future Set Reunion or something else, we would like to hear from you!

Guidelines for submissions are given on page 64 of the Autumn 2021 Journal but you can of course contact us by email on [email protected] for more information or help.


The Florence Nightingale Museum

The Florence Nightingale Museum St Thomas’ Hospital 2 Lambeth Palace Rd. London SE1 7EW.

We are delighted to advise that The Florence Nightingale Museum which is housed in the St Thomas’ Hospital and is devoted to Florence Nightingale, covering her Victorian childhood, her life in the Crimean and her life as an ardent campaigner for health reform, will be re-opening for visitors on 12th May 2022 following the pandemic closure.

It is a wonderful place to take your family and learn of her exceptional work.  In the Museum, visitors learn more about the legacy of Florence Nightingale and her impact on nursing today. Highlights in the collection of the Museum include the writing slate she used as a child, her pet owl Athena and Nightingale’s important medicine chest.

Please go to: for further details and opening hours and concessions.

News from The Company of Nurses

Members of The Company of Nurses are enjoying a full programme of events on line and some in person. Many Nightingale Fellowship members already belong and enjoy meeting with nurses who trained across the country. For more information go to




The Perseverance Trust Nightingale Fellowship Lecture held on Thursday 24th March 2022

This lecture was held by King’s College London which took place online and which we hope you enjoyed including the wonderful speakers, Prof David Richards, Jenica McCrossan, Ugo Ogbonna-Godfrey and Sharon McDermott. For those who could not join us then, I would be grateful if you could share the annual lecture’s recording with your networks.  To listen to the Lecture, please click here