Hospital staff a credit to the NHS
MY son said most comments about [Hillingdon] hospital are not favourable. I wanted to put our story out there.
My father was admitted to Hillingdon Hospital last Tuesday and sadly passed away the following Thursday.
On behalf of our family, I would personally like to thank everybody – the two ambulance crew who attended the house, the doctors and nurses in the A &E department and all the staff in the Fleming Ward who helped my father and who looked after our large family who were at his bedside.
They supplied tea, coffee, juice and biscuits all day and all night. They were all a credit to the NHS. We can’t thank them all enough.
PETERS Chittering Close
Lower Earley sons all attended Rabbsfarm and we only have high praise for how great the school is!
The nursery teacher back then, Mrs Bailey, actually taught my sister (now 36 years old) and my sons (now 19, 17, and 15) so as you can imagine it holds an enormous amount of cherished memories and good times.
So I just wanted to say thanks for my feeling of great joy and happiness while reading your article on my lunch hour at work.
PHILPOTT Spyglass Hill Circuit
South Australia Editor’s note: Join the tens of thousands who also read us online, at www.getwestlondon.co.uk etc. I get the distinct impression that a road maintenance programme is set at the beginning of their year and they stick to it, regardless of whatever problems might develop elsewhere during the year.
They seem to have no capability to prioritise.
SEAMAN Royal Crescent