People must put up with the varied trouble which arose out of the war

Medical services at home were disrupted by the loss of doctors who had gone to treat wounded soldiers.

At a meeting of the executive committee held in the parish room on Tuesday May 2nd 1916 …

Mrs Minchirn asked if any difference was to be made for non subscribers who owing to Dr. Courtney’s absence at the War were obliged to have Nurse.

The Rector said he considered all parishioners could and should subscribe, the subscriptions were so small. The difficulties with regard to medical assistance were only some of the varied trouble which arose out of the war and people must try to put up with them. This subject however had perhaps better come up later on when one saw how it all worked.

Agreed.

General Committee Minutes of Binfield District Nursing Association (D/QNA/BI1/5)

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