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Memories of Alton

We were student nurses at Treloars from Sept 56 to Sept 58. We have fond memories of our time at Treloars and we would love to hear from anyone from that set. Jenny "Chis" Wining (nee Christoffel) Mary Blake (nee Harris)

Far left in the foreground, partially shows the sign of "The Laughing Cat" café on Normandy Street....This was my mother's café from approximately 1952 - 1957, back then she was known as Eileen Mumford :)

I remember "the laughing cat" around 1959/60 when it was a coffee bar, I was a patient at the nearby hospital when on occasion I would pay it a visit with a nurse I was friendly with on her afternoon off where we would hang around and play the jukebox, it was good to get away from the hospital confines for a while. Mick Higham

I was a student nurse at Lord Mayor Treloars from January 1962 until January 1964. Those two years orthopaedics were affiliated with other hospitals which allowed us to start training before 18 which was the minimum age for General Nursing commencement, when the students moved on the 3 year general training was reduced (...Read full memory)

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