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Dr John Aldren in 1941
Dr John Aldren in 1941


The Practice was founded by Dr John Aldren at the very beginning of the NHS following his war service on HMS Firedrake. He was later joined by Dr Mark Stanford, Dr Griselda Goodden and Dr Valerie Peet. In those days the Practice was in the basement and had one part-time nurse for two days a week. All prescriptions were written by hand and home deliveries were a major part of the service. In the early 1990s the Practice expanded and moved upstairs to the three floors we know today.

It is thought that Queen Mary came to tea at 111 Pembroke Road. This may have been when she visited Bristol after the blitz in 1940. If you have any information about her visit please contact the Practice as we would like to know more.








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