Radcliffe Guild

Established in 1925

Welcome to the Radcliffe Guild

The Radcliffe Guild of Nurses was established in 1925 to unite all those who had undertaken their nurse training at the Radcliffe Infirmary. In subsequent years midwifery and all branches of nursing were welcomed including those who graduate from Oxford Brookes University.

About the Radcliffe Guild

Radcliffe Guild members

Become a member

Membership of the Guild is open to all nurses who have been trained in Oxford to become a registered nurse or graduated in any pre-registration branch of nursing or midwifery from Oxford Brookes University.

Membership enables you to:

  • apply for a Bursary from the Anne Harrold Radcliffe Guild of Nurses Charitable Trust to further your studies and enhance nursing and midwifery care,
  • attend an annual reunion in June each year,
  • receive the annual magazine in March, for the cost of £5 per annum, paid by standing order in January each year.

Nurses and midwives who qualified in Oxford or through Oxford Brookes University are eligible to become full members with voting rights. Nurses who have worked in Oxford for three years are eligible to become honorary members. Those who started but didn’t complete their training can become associate members, but do not have voting rights.

Download the membership form

Anne Harrold Bursary

The Radcliffe Guild of Nurses established the Anne Harrold Radcliffe Guild of Nurses Charitable Trust as a registered charity (Registered Charity no. 1114013) in 2006 using a bequest from Anne Harrold and other Guild funds.

The aim of the Trust is to manage this fund and to distribute annual awards and benevolent funds to eligible nurses. The Trustees allocate monies for annual awards, the number of awards being at the discretion of the Trustees.