The George Mallett Room The George Mallett room is a popular space for therapists often working with more than one client. It contains three comfortable armchairs, a large desk and office chair. If you would like to use this room or arrange a visit email us on [email protected] This room celebrates the life of Dr George Mallett and his family who were pioneers in developing medical services in Bolton and beyond. Dr Mallet senior played a prominent role in the 'new' Bolton Infirmary on Chorley Street (below), even having a ward named in memory of him, and an early member of the British Medical Association. His son Frederick was a physician to the Royal family and his grand-daughter was one of only three qualified female doctors who went to treat the troops during the First World War. The dates on this photograph would suggest that the man in the top hat is Dr George Mallett. Photographs courtesy of Bolton Archive Library If you would like to find out more about the history of our centre please click here Would you or your organisation like to sponsor this historic year for a year? Contact us to find out how you can be part of our history.