THERE arc 1,400 Polish refugee patients in psychiatric wards in hospitals here. Many of them fought on our side in the war at a time when they faced overwhelming force. Now my Association tries to arrange for them to be called on by Polish-speaking visitors, to provide pocket money and to help in their rehabilitation. At Christmas time we have. through the generosity of readers of the British Press, been able to send presents. May we beg the support of your readers for these people such cause ch s who are now in sad cir cumstances. Their cau needs our help as once ours needed theirs.
Bridget Monckton of Brenchley President,
Association of Friends
of Polish Patients,
18, Hanger Lane, Ealing, London, W.5.