It is with immense sadness that I have to announce that Tina Bradley died on Tuesday 25th August in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham after her long  illness.   Tina joined the Central Sterilising Club many years ago and was a committee member in various positions throughout culminating in being Chair between 2014-17 and was awarded Honorary Life Membership for her significant contributions to our organisation.

Her work was well known to all of us in CSC but also the wider healthcare community and we are grateful for her enormous contribution to improving overall standards in all areas of decontamination practice. Tina will be very, very sadly missed by all who knew her.

A  Book of Remembrance will be compiled for Tina’s family and friends to highlight Tina’s many accomplishments along with details of her professional career and as an acknowledgement of her dedication and passion for all things decontamination and microbiology.

Could those wishing to add to the Book of Remembrance please send their contributions about how you would like to remember Tina and would wish to celebrate her life to: [email protected]

Sadly, due to COVID-19, there will be limited numbers permitted at Tina’s funeral; however we will provide further details in due course as they become available.

The just-giving page which Tina’s sister Janice has established in her memory: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/janice-burke. This is for a homeless shelter in Birmingham and full details are on the site.

Val O’Brien

CSC Chair

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This Book of Remembrance has been created as a celebration of Tina’s life from contributions provided by her many friends and colleagues whose lives she touched.  The book speaks for itself – RIP Tina, always in our memory.

Hard copies of the Book of Remembrance to Tina are available at a cost of £34.00 (delivered). Please order copies of Tina’s remembrance book from [email protected]  by 31st October 2020

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