Photo of 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

Colin Jardine Ward

Hello, I worked on Colin Jardine ward at Treloars 1968- 1969.The ward sister was Sister Marie Tarr.I moved back to Wales in 1969 but still try and visit Alton most years as we have ...Read full memory

A memory of Alton by Gill Webb

Children's Ward 1948 To 54

Going into LMT hospital,every summer during school holidays to have operations on my,right hand which was webbed... Mixed memories of painful,operations - but kind staff and ...Read full memory

A memory of Alton by Angela Pearce

Sister Smith

Hi all old inmates of LMTH. I was in Connaught Ward block 3 (boys), at the tender mercy of Sister Smith, from about end 1951 aged 6 until December 1954. I had neglected TB in the knees ...Read full memory

A memory of Alton by Robert Court

Treloars

In 1955 I spent five weeks in Treloars for a feet operation when I was 13 years old. The person who operated on me was Dr Evans, if anyone remembers him, he had (I think), five sons. The ...Read full memory

A memory of Alton by morrowmm

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About this photo

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).