Hospital memories

PUBLISHED: 17:49 22 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:10 11 May 2010

Regarding the photo of Royston Hospital s new children s ward being opened by the Prince of Wales (Nostalgia, Crow October 15), I remember it well because I was there. I went to the infant school on Market Hill and Miss Yalor(?) walked us all up to the ho

Regarding the photo of Royston Hospital's new children's ward being opened by the Prince of Wales (Nostalgia, Crow October 15), I remember it well because I was there.

I went to the infant school on Market Hill and Miss Yalor(?) walked us all up to the hospital, and we stood in the front row as we were so small. We had a good view.

Pity the photo wasn't a bit bigger then we might have been in as well, I have always been interested in the hospital for that reason. May it always stand.

Mrs Ivy Capon (nee Varney), aged 95.

Back Street

Ashwell

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