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Colin Jardine Ward - a Memory of Alton.

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 good friends there.I remember a patient called Barry who came from Guernsey, having his 21st birthday whilst a patient on the ward, we took him to the Indian restaurant in Alton, which I think is still there. Very happy memories there.

A memory shared by Gill Webb on Apr 28th, 2014. Send Gill Webb a message

 Comments & Feedback

Tue Apr 7th 2015, at 6:43 pm
Gill Webb commented:
Hello, I have only just seen your message but your Mum was a great Ward Sister. She knew the family that we still visit regularly , the Todds over in Alton. Also on the ward was an Elaine Hunt, Bambi , Ann Such a lovey ward to work on , This was my first ward after I qualified as a nurse, our first son was born in Alton in the Alton \General Hospital not far from the Alton House Hotel in July 1969. Bye Gill
Fri Aug 15th 2014, at 3:04 pm
gpitarr commented:
Hi Gill , Sister Marie Tarr was my mother , she passed away in 2004 having retired to Worthing in 1990 when our Dad passed away.

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