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A stained glass window featuring some of the author Roald Dahl's best-loved characters has been unveiled by the Duchess of Cornwall at Birmingham Children’s Hospital today.Copyright: Birmingham Children’s Hospital
The window was designed by Sir Quentin Blake, who often collaborated with Dahl, and funded by the hospital's charity, which raised the £234,000 needed.
The hospital said the idea was suggested by Felicity Dahl, wife of the late author, who often visited the hospital as a child with her father, who was then dean of the medical faculty.
It's part of a new strategy to bring the arts into the hospital to help patients heal.Copyright: Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Campaigners are concerned efforts to realise its "commercial potential" could see its history lost.