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tywysogdu

Guest
Hi, I'm new to this site, and live at Aberystwyth. My connection with Birmingham is that I have an aunt that used to work at the QE Hospital. She retired in the mid 1970s having made the grade of Matron. Her name is Margaret Ann Jones. Does anyone remember her? She is now 93 years of age and is still as sharp as a razor!
Bye for now,
Tywysogdu.
 

John Young

master brummie
Q E Hospital

Hello & welcome Tywysogdu :) & Matron Margaret :)

May i compliment Matron Margaret Ann Jones as being "one of the finest"

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital during Margarets service there, 70,s retired
Was the era this wonderful hospital gained its World Class reputation,
The Doctors, Nurses & all concerned were among the best in the country,
Margaret,,still as sharp as a razor,, Come back gal ,
The Q E needs your Quality today,,
Cheers & best regards John Y :cool:
 

Alf

Gone but not forgotten. R.I.P.
Tywysogdu, welcome, enjoy the best Forum anywhere:)

Why Black Prince?
 
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tywysogdu

Guest
Tywysogdu, welcome, enjoy the best Forum anywhere:)

Why Black Prince?

Hi Alf, tywysog du is the name of a stallion I have. (You're quite right it does stand for black prince)
He won the first prize at the Royal Wesh show at Builth Wells in 2003.
He is a Welsh Cob and you are welcome to use him!
'Regards,
Alun Evans.
 
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