With reference to my last post I was in the same ward has Jukebox but in 1945 and yes from the December to when I was moved to Moseley Hall where visiting was just has tight I saw my Mum and Dad once a fortnight I did not leave Moseley Hall till the following July. I think the night staff had the job of giving us our breakfast and has they went off at 7.00 it had to be completed before the day team came on duty. I had my UPS ( Christmas 1945 ) and Downs but they saved my life and I will always be grateful for that.I had my appendix removed at the Children's in 1950. The experience was not a happy one - it was the first time I had ever been away from home (I was 9) and visitors were not permitted then so I didn't see my parents for 10 days. They used to wake us up for breakfast very early (about 5.30 if I remember correctly) by turning the lights on and whistling very loudly. They still used chloroform as the anaesthetic. The only highlight was seeing a banana for the first time!