Emily Whitehead had agreed to stay on a little longer. Matron had heard of a Mrs Hewitt from Winterbourne who might do as Cook. Also a Mrs Lovell from Downend was mentioned for interview.
A letter from Nurse Burley indicated that she did not get on with Matron or the staff. It would be better if she did not stay, so was given a month’s notice. Nurse Taylor, interviewed last October, to be re-contacted to see if she is still free to be engaged.
Bill from Stone the Builder received for £638/19/5.
Insurance Co is offering a reduction of 33% if a policy for 5 years is taken out and paid in advance. Agreed to accept.
The Red X Library had sent a new consignment of books at a flat rate of 5/- on each consignment. Agreed to.
Florence Balham, Iron Acton, admitted 22 Nov and will pay the amount of her insurance.
Mrs Coleman discharged 21 Nov.
Mrs Lodge discharged 22 Nov.
Mr Robert Hood discharged 22 Nov.
18 Dec 1933 Rev EM Bald, Mr Crossman, Mrs Elliott, Mrs Bowen, Mrs Guest, Mrs Harding, Mrs Skelton, Miss Tyler, Mrs Alston.