Finding Ida Darwin

Ann Kennedy Smith

Headway Cambridgeshire’s new exhibition IMPACT! Brain injuries and WW1has just opened at the Museum of Cambridge (open from 1pm – 5pm each Thursday, Friday and Saturday through September). I am reposting this blog about my visit to the Ida Darwin site in 2016, when Block 10 was the home of Headway Cambridgeshire, an organization which supports people with an acquired brain injury and their carers.

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Just a mile or two south of Cambridge, after you pass the imposing gates of Fulbourn Hospital, there is a road to the left with a small sign marked ‘Ida Darwin’. It’s easy to miss. Turn in and you’ll find various single-storey prefabricated buildings scattered about a leafy, tree-filled park, including a creche, a ‘Help the Aged’ centre, and clinics specializing in helping young people with mental health issues and their families. Until a couple of years ago, Block 10 was the home…

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