10 Mar '11, 1am

Yesterday.sg: Bukit Panjang Child Welfare Clinic no more

Yesterday.sg: Bukit Panjang Child Welfare Clinic no more

the bukit panjang child welfare clinic was opened in august 1950. built on land provided by the government and at a cost of $32 000 - the money was raised and contributed by the residents of bukit panjang district - it was hailed as a monument of the communal efforts of the people of bukit panjang. on 11 september 1951, the straits times reported “the bukit panjang clinic was the only one in singapore which has been built on funds subscribed by the local people”.

Full article: http://yesterday.sg/buildings-and-monuments/bukit-panjang...

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