I am glad that we are open to public debate; we are not a closed institution, despite popular myth. We care for our patients and all of us express regret that the NHS no longer cares for the more disturbed psychiatric patients, with the result that so many needful patients remain in maximum security because no one else wants them.
I regret, especially, the fear that your article and the Cutting Edge television programme must cause to the relatives of our 500 patients.
J. M. WORMAN (social worker), ADRIAN G. WEST (clinical pyscholgist), D. J. MANN (resources officer), R. J. BEARDS (nurse), J. FITZPATRICK (ward manager), PAUL MAY (nurse), ALAN BOOHALLY (nurse), E. POULTER (nurse), D. GEORGE (nurse), S. LOVESEY (nurse), M. MUSGRAVE (nurse), L. M. COPLEY (admin assistant)
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