MANSION BECOMES MATERNITY HOME: LIFE AT BROCKET HALL, WELWYN, HERTFORDSHIRE, 1942
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Miss E F Stock (right) tends to a large crop of beans in the grounds of Brocket Hall. Miss Stock was a Sister at City Road Maternity Hospital and now keeps the Brocket Hall hospital supplied with vegetables. Behind her, another nurse assists a new mother in a bed also set out of doors. A small dog can be seen on Miss Stock's wheelbarrow. Behind them, some blast damage to the windows of the Hall is visible.