Art and Creative Health Update

Art and Creative Health Update

Much has been happening in the world of art and creativity across our  sites. We know that an artistic environment goes along way in improving mental and physical health and improves patients’ experiences.  Here are some of the ways we have been striving to make that happen.


The children’s ward at Wexham Park Hospital has almost finished undergoing a renovation, involving decorating spaces with vibrant and engaging natural scenes. The bold and fun designs aim to help patients find appointments as well as to distract them from their hospitalisation.

From the jungle to the sea, take a walk with us!



The neonatal unit at Frimley Park Hospital has been renovated to foster a more relaxing and comfortable environment for parents. Upgrades include a brand-new kitchen and air conditioning in order to make a potentially quite unpleasant experience as comfortable as possible.

The charity has teamed up with artist Sian Storey to redesign the Chapel Garden. A very generous family who felt that the garden would benefit from more artwork, donated the money that enabled the creation of four new bird murals.


Across the trust, we have launched a green door initiative, whereby patients who experience dementia or confusion are able to more easily identify toilet doors.

You can read more about the work we do to support members of the community experiencing dementia here:

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