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The Matron came round, and I shall never forget her words: "I hear you have been having morning sickness!" There were a lot of titters at that, but one look silenced everyone. It occupied the Delhi barrack block, and had some wonderful nurses - I know this personally because being an army "brat" I was a patient there in March 1955 for 2 weeks suffering from pneumonia.I also had another spooky experience in the Nurses home - Nightingale house.I woke up one night to find a women dressed in a long grey dress down to the floor, she had frizzy hair and was sitting on the end of my bed, when I screamed she got up and walked into my wardrobe!!I do not remember any names, but one of the nurses had the most glorious red hair, underneath her cap of course!In the summer of 1959 my late Mother was a patient there for a hysterectomy, and was treated with kindness and compassion.
My stay was in the family ward, and the adult ladies who were patients got a bottle of stout every night provided their health permitted. I do remember the Matron, although not her name, and the round of the ward she did every morning.
Famous people born in the maternity wing include the former Life Guards Captain and now singer James Blunt.
His father, Colonel Charles Blount, was an officer in the Army Air Corps. It closed on the 31 March 1977 even though the Maternity Unit had recently been refurbished (cited in the book Sub Cruce Candida: A Celebration of One Hundred Years of Army Nursing).
It is my interpretation of the Drummer Boy ghost that staff and patients heard at Tidworth Military Hospital.
Chapters take place in modern day Aberdeen, at the Noose & Monkey bar and restaurant as well as His Majestys Theatre and Garthdee.