Ann Ayre Hely

Ann Ayre Hely was born Ann Ayre Bradshaw in Ravenstone, Leicestershire. After the death of her husband she volunteered in 1855 to go out to the East to nurse the sick and injured soldeirs of the Crimean War.

In 1897, at the age of 78, she was awarded the Royal Red Cross medal for nursing military personnel.

Ann has now been awarded a Leicestershire County Council Green Plaque. Many thanks to everyone who voted for her.

More news here when we know when the plaque will be installed.

 

 

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Quick Flicks

As part of Ashby Arts Festival 2017 another set of entertaining short films from
award-winning Heritage Group of the Year PUDDING BAG PRODUCTIONS
The 2017 films can be viewed online by going to this page

Past Quick Flicks films can be viewed on line:
2016 CLICK HERE
2015 CLICK HERE

Our latest publication, a book about Ann Ayre Hely, the Crimean War Nurse from Ravenstone, Leicestershire, is out now.
More information here.

Read more about our projects, current and past HERE.

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Pudding Bag Productions is a member of Leicestershire & Rutland Heritage Forum.
 

 

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