Gifts in memory of Tony Bagley

Tony Bagley was a true gentleman.

A resident at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in Putney for 37 years, he was always smartly dressed, greeting visitors in one of his trademark hats.

Tony liked nothing more than getting involved with the social aspects of life at the hospital, making rounds to see friends on various wards, and taking part in the social activities organised by our Leisure and Family Services Team.

He also enjoyed days out, to places like RHS Wisley, and featured in a number of our fundraising appeals.

In the words of Geoff Coyne, the RHN Chaplain,

Tony was always dapper and debonair. Sociable and known throughout the RHN. The hospital feels emptier without him.

We hope that you will consider giving a donation in Tony’s memory.

At the request of his family all donations received will be split between Chatsworth Ward, where Tony lived, and the Leisure and Family Services Team.