Alton, Lord Mayor Treloar Hospital, Nurses Home c.1955

Alton, Lord Mayor Treloar Hospital, Nurses Home c.1955

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Memories of Alton

Happy Days

I contracted polio in 1955 & after nearly 2 years in hospital I went home & started to overcome my disability. I arrived at Treloars, or Lord Mayor Treloar College, as it was then known, in 1959 & stayed until 1967. The junior house ...Read full memory

A memory of Alton by Anthony Roseveare

Very Fond Memories Of Lmtoh Ward 5

I was in St Giles Hospital, Camberwell, and was transferred to Lord Mayor Treloars Orphopaedic Hospital, Alton because the surgeon was a good friend of the main Consultant Surgeon at Alton who was, I think Mr ...Read full memory

A memory of Alton by David Motuel

Treloar Hospital

Please can anyone help me find any information about my deceased's grandmother's son Reggie Farrow (deceased) who was a patient at Treloar Hospital on 29th May 1923? I am unsure of his illness, I only have a lovely letter he ...Read full memory

A memory of Alton by Julie Osborn

Nina Dickey

Hi My name is Nina. I was in the Treloar Hospital during the end of world war two.  I went in when I was 10 and came out on March 30th 1945.  I remember being on the terrace while the blitz was on, what else could they do, ...Read full memory

A memory of Alton by ninadickey

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History

The Lord Mayor Treloar Hospital and College received its first children in 1908. As numbers increased, more nurses were needed, and the nurses' home, known as Alexandra House, was opened in June 1914. A memorial bust of Sir William Treloar, the founder, can be seen outside on the terrace (right).