Mrs Norah Rodman, Coalpit Heath, admitted 20 March at 30/- a week plus 30/- maternity fee. Her baby boy was born the same day.
Mrs Phyllis Curtis, May’s Hill, admitted 22 March, a Public Assistance case.
Miss Frances Blanch, Hallen, admitted 20 March at 1gn a week.
Due to the Silver Jubilee celebrations it would not be wise to have a Fete this year. Mr Crossman suggested that different gardens should be thrown open on certain dates during the summer to raise funds for the hospital.
Mrs Cecil Fry and Mrs Tanner consented to open their gardens during the summer. Sir Lionel Taylor to be asked if he would open his the same day as Mrs Tanner. The charge to be 6d a head.
Mrs Fred Cordy, Coalpit Heath, admitted 6 April. Some ante-natal treatment is necessary & Matron has written to ask for help from the Public Assistance Board for the maintenance before the birth takes place.
Laying Out – It was reported that certified midwives were not allowed to perform this office and it had been arranged with Mrs Clifford to do this when necessary at a fixed charge of 7/6.
Matron brought her housekeeping book to be scrutinized and there is a deficit balance of about £6.