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    The following Table shows the Birth Rate, Death Rate per 1,000 of population, and Infantile Mortality Rate per 1,000 registered Births, for each of the years 1915-1925, together with the rate for England and Wales.
    Year.Birth Rate.Death Rate.Infantile Mortality Rate
    Beddington and WallingtonEngland and Wales.Beddington and WallingtonEngland and Wales.Beddington and WallingtonEngland and Wales.
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    Health Report for 1925 FOE THE beddington AND wallington urban district BY THE Medical officer of Health WALLINGTON : William Pile, Ltd., 19, Manor Road.

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    Health Report for 1925 FOR THE beddington AND wallington urban district BY THE medical officer of health WALLINGTON: William Pile, Ltd., 19, Manor Road.

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    Wales. Year. Birth Rate. Death Rate. Infantile Mortality Rate Beddington and Wallington England and Wales. Beddington and Wallington England and Wales. Beddington and Wallington England and Wales. 1915 14.5 21.8 11.4 15.1 71 110 1916 14.8 21.6

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    of occupied houses in the respective Wards were:— Beddington North 680 Bedding-ton Central 567 Bedding-ton South 888 2135 Wallington North 652 Wallington Central 1080 Wallington South 715 2447 The average number of persons occupying each

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    3 Urban District Council of Beddington and Wallington. HEALTH REPORT FOR 1926. Mrs. Thomas and Gentlemen, I have pleasure in submitting my 28th Annual Report upon

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    4 Urban District Council of Beddington and Wallington. public health committee. Chairman: Mrs. F. BRYANT (first part of year). Mr. W. G. STORER, J.P. (second part

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    amongst the constituent Authorities, and patients at the Hospital as under:— Swabs for Diphtheria. Sputa. Beddington and Wallington 130 35 Coulsdon and Purley 103 29 Mitcham 675 86 Cases in Hospital 782 48 1690 198

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    The following table, which compares the actual death rate from Cancer in Beddington and Wallington with the corresponding rate for the whole country, shows how great the actual increase has been: —
    Year.Number of Deaths.Death Rate per thousand of population.
    Beddington and Wallington.England and Wales.
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    BED 2 BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON ANNUAL REPORT of the MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH for the YEAR 1937.

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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON ANNUAL REPORT of the MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH for the YEAR 1937.

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    Subsequent events have shown how wise was this decision, and although the laboratory did not come into operation until the 18th October (before the water-borne Croydon Typhoid outbreak) the following tables of the analyses carried out up to the close of the year are a record of work of the utmost importance in the preservation of the health of the people of Beddington and Wallington:—
    Samples.Outside Laboratories. 1st January to 17th October.M.O.H.'s Laboratory. 18th October to 31st December.
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    constitution of the population of Beddington and Wallington was in the same proportion as the country as a whole, is 9.8. The Registrar-General's comparability factor for the adjustment of the death rate of Beddington and Wallington is 0.98.

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    Carshalton, and to the General Hospital, Croydon. Public Assistance Hospitals. The Public Assistance Hospitals serving this area are situated at Epsom and Kingston. Maternity Cases. Under an agreement between the Council and the Carshalton,

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    of rapid growth, attaining full stature in this year and assuming Borough status. The Urban District of Beddington and Wallington was constituted in 1915 by an Order of the Surrey County Council, the area up to that time constituting part of

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    Cancer in Beddington and Wallington with the corresponding rate for the whole country, shows how great the actual increase has been: — Year. Number of Deaths. Death Rate per thousand of population. Beddington and Wallington. England and Wales.

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    WANDLE VALLEY JOINT HOSPITAL BOARD. Cases admitted to the Hospital during 1937.
    Disease.Beddington and Wallington.Coulsdon and Purley.Merton and Morden.Mitcham.
    casesdeathscasesdeathscasesdeathscasesdeaths
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    Accident Cases. The ambulance available for general and accident cases is under the control of the Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington Fire Protection and Ambulance Committee. In 1938 a new Ambulance Service will be provided by the Council operating

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    Public Health Department, Town Hall, Wallington. To His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen and Councillors of the Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Ladies and Gentlemen, I beg to present my annual report for 1937. The period covered

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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON. PUBLIC HEALTH COMMITTEE. December, 1937. Members: Councillor C. Derry, J.P. (The Mayor). Alderman H. B.

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    As this was the final year of the Urban District, a statistical review of Beddington and Wallington during the years in which it was an Urban District is presented in graph form. Some of the facts disclosed by the

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    Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1931 Census). London Administrative County. Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Births— Rates per 1,000 Population. Live 14.9 14.9 15.3 13.3 12.91 Still 0.60 0.67 0.64 0.54 0.52 Deaths— All

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    of the year are a record of work of the utmost importance in the preservation of the health of the people of Beddington and Wallington:— Samples. Outside Laboratories. 1st January to 17th October. M.O.H.'s Laboratory. 18th October to 31st

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    shown that the need is not satisfied, the Council may contemplate further provision of maternity beds for Beddington and Wallington in some manner to be approved by the Minister of Health. ANTE-NATAL CLINIC. Ante-natal Clinics are held weekly

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    Centres. MATERNITY WARD. Throughout the year the arrangements between the Council and the Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital for the reception of maternity cases remained the same. The following table gives

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    the Maternity and Child Welfare Centres to the under-mentioned Hospitals during the year:— Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital 8 Croydon General Hospital 34 Great Ormond Street Hospital 5 The Wilson Hospital,

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    The following table compares the actual death rate from Cancer in Beddington and Wallington with the corresponding rate for the whole country: —
    Year.Number of Deaths.Death Rate per thousand of population.
    Beddington and Wallington.England and Wales.
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    BED3 BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON ANNUAL REPORT of the MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH for the YEAR 1938.

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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON ANNUAL REPORT of the MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH for the YEAR 1938.

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    constitution of the population of Beddington and Wallington was in the same proportion as the country as a whole, is 8.25. The Registrar-General's comparability factor for the adjustment of the death rate of Beddington and Wallington is 0.98.

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    Carshalton, and to the General Hospital, Croydon. Public Assistance Hospitals. The Public Assistance Hospitals serving this area are situated at Epsom and Kingston. Maternity Cases. Under an agreement between the Council and the Carshalton,

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    rapid growth which preceded the granting of the charter has slowed down considerably. The Urban District of Beddington and Wallington was constituted in 1915 by an Order of the Surrey County Council, the area up to that time constituting part of

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    the actual death rate from Cancer in Beddington and Wallington with the corresponding rate for the whole country: — Year. Number of Deaths. Death Rate per thousand of population. Beddington and Wallington. England and Wales. 1915 15 0.97 1.22

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    WANDLE VALLEY JOINT HOSPITAL BOARD. Cases admitted to the Hospital during 1938. Disease. Beddington and Wallington. Coulsdon and Purley. Merton and Morden. Mitcham. cases deaths cases deaths cases deaths cases deaths Diphtheria

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    Minor Ailments. Eighty-two cases were referred from the Maternity and Child Welfare Centres to the under-mentioned Hospitals during the year:—
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    WANDLE VALLEY JOINT HOSPITAL BOARD. Cases admitted to the Hospital during 1938.
    Disease.Beddington and Wallington.Coulsdon and Purley.Merton and Morden.Mitcham.
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    Public Health Department, Town Hall, Wallington. To His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen and Councillors of the Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Ladies and Gentlemen, I beg to present my annual report for the year 1938. This, the

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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON. PUBLIC HEALTH COMMITTEE. December, 1938. Members: Councillor F. C. Elwood (Chairman). Alderman H. B. Smalley,

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    Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1931 Census). London Administrative County. Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Births— Rates per 1,000 Population. Live 15.1 15.0 15.4 13.4 12.60 Still 0.60 0.65 0.60 0 48 0.19 Deaths— All

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    reached with the County Borough of Croydon, by which the Croydon Emergency Unit will be made available in Beddington and Wallington, at an agreed fee. The unit will operate from Mayday Road Hospital, and will be called by practitioners requiring

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    Centres. MATERNITY WARD. Throughout the year the arrangements between the Council and the Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital for the reception of maternity cases remained the same. The following table gives

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    the Maternity and Child Welfare Centres to the under-mentioned Hospitals during the year:— Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital 31 Croydon General Hospital 34 Great Ormond Street Hospital 4 The Wilson Hospital,

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    The following table compares the actual death rate from Cancer in Beddington and Wallington with the corresponding rate for the whole country: —
    Year.Number of Deaths.Death Rate per thousand of population.
    Beddington and Wallington.England and Wales.
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    BED 4 LIBRARY BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON. ANNUAL REPORT of the MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH for the YEAR 1939. William Pile, Ltd., Printers (t.u ), Sutton,

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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON. ANNUAL REPORT of the MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH for the YEAR 1939.

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    the actual death rate from Cancer in Beddington and Wallington with the corresponding rate for the whole country: — Year. Number of Deaths. Death Rate per thousand of population. Beddington and Wallington. England and Wales. 1915 15 0.97 1.22

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    Value, December, 1939 £379,221 Sum represented by penny rate, December, 1939 £1,540 The Urban District of Beddington and Wallington was constituted in 1915 by an Order of the Surrey County Council, the area up to that time constituting part of

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    WANDLE VALLEY JOINT HOSPITAL BOARD. Cases admitted to the Hospital during 1939. Disease. Beddington and Wallington. Coulsdon and Purley. Merton and Morden. Mitcham. cases deaths cases deaths cases deaths cases deaths Diphtheria

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    be arrived at if the age and sex constitution of the population of Beddington and Wallington was in the same proportion as the country as a whole, is 9.19. The Registrar-General's comparability factor for the adjustment of the death rate of Beddington

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    Public Health Department. Town Hall, Wallington. To His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen and Councillors of the Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Ladies and Gentlemen, I submit my report for the year ending 31st December, 1939.

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    Council, cases of Small-pox are admitted to the Small-pox Hospital at Clandon. Ceneral and Accident Cases. Cases from this area are admitted to the Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital, Carshalton, and to the General

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    accidents occurring in the Borough. NURSINC IN THE HOME. This service is undertaken mainly by the staff of the Beddington and Wallington District Nursing Association and their work in the Borough is greatly appreciated. During the year the District

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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON. PUBLIC HEALTH COMMITTEE. December, 1939. Members: Alderman G. Purser (Chairman). Councillor F. Backes,

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    Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1931 Census). London Administrative County. Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Births— Rates per 1,000 Population. Live 15.0 1.4.8 15.6 12.3 12.63 Still 0.59 0.59 0.57 0.44 0.42 Deaths—

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    Maternity Cases. Under an agreement between the Council and the Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital, a very limited number of maternity cases are admitted upon the recommendation of

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    Centres. MATERNITY WARD. Throughout the year the arrangements between the Council and the Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital for the reception of maternity cases remained the same. The following table gives

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    Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital 32 Croydon General Hospital 32 Great Ormond Street Hospital 3 The Wilson Hospital,

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    The following Table shows the Birth Rate, Death Rate and Infant Mortality Rate for each of the years 1915-1923, together with the Rate for England and Wales.
    Year.Birth Rate.Beath Kate.Infantile Mortality Rate
    Beddington and WallingtonEngland and Wales.Beddington and WallingtonEngland and Wales.Beddington and WallingtonEngland and Wales.
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    Wales. Year. Birth Rate. Beath Kate. Infantile Mortality Rate Beddington and Wallington England and Wales. Beddington and Wallington England and Wales. Beddington and Wallington England and Wales. 1915 14.5 21.8 11.4 15.1 71 110 1916 14.8 21.6

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    The following particulars as to the chief occupations of the Beddington and Wallington residents are extracted from the Census report for 1921:—
    Occupation.Males.Females.
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    This work was divided amongst the constituent Authorities and amongst the patients at the Hospital as shown by the following Table: —
    Swabs for Diphtheria.Sputa.
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    and amongst the patients at the Hospital as shown by the following Table: — Swabs for Diphtheria. Sputa. Beddington and Wallington 97 18 Coulsdon and Purley 93 29 Mitcham 157 27 Hospital Cases 800 48

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    LIBRARY BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON ANNUAL REPORT of the MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH for the YEAR 1940

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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON ANNUAL REPORT of the MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH for the YEAR 1940

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    Value, December, 1940 £386,320 Sum represented by penny rate, December, 1940 £1,521 The Urban District of Beddington and Wallington was constituted in 1915 by an Order of the Surrey County Council, the area up to that time constituting part of

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    constitution of the population of Beddington and Wallington was in the same proportion as the country as a whole, shows no change as the Registrar-General's comparability factor for the adjustment of the death rate of Beddington and Wallington is

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    Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital 6 Croydon General Hospital 40 Great Ormond Street Hospital 1 The Wilson Hospital,

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    VALLEY JOINT HOSPITAL BOARD. Cases admitted to Hospital during the year ended 31st December, 1940 Disease. Beddington and Wallington. Coulsdon and Purley. Merton and Morden. Mitcham. cases deaths cases deaths cases deaths cases deaths Diphtheria

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    accidents occurring in the Borough. NURSING IN THE HOME. This service is undertaken mainly by the staff of the Beddington , and Wallington District Nursing Association and their work in the Borough is greatly appreciated. During the year the

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    Council, cases of Small-pox are admitted to the Small-pox Hospital at Clandon. General and Accident Cases. Cases from this area are admitted to the Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital, Carshalton, and to the General

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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON. PUBLIC HEALTH COMMITTEE. December, 1940. Members: Councillor Mrs. V. Boyce (Chairman). Alderman W. W. Binnie,

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    Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1931 Census). London Administrative County. Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Births— Rates per 1,000 Population. Live 14.6 16.0 15.7 13.7 12.55 Still 0.55 0.64 0.55 0.44 0.33 Deaths— All

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    situated at Epsom and Kingston. Maternity Cases. Under an agreement between the Council and the Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital, a very limited number of maternity cases are admitted upon the recommendation of

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    Centres. MATERNITY WARD. Throughout the year the arrangements between the Council and the Carshalton, Beddington and Wallington (War Memorial) Hospital for the reception of maternity cases remained the same. The following table gives

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    Beddington Park and Grange Park have proved an inestimable boon to parents and children alike, and during August hundreds of children, both from Beddington and Wallington and neighbouring districts, whose parents are unable to take them away

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    the Wandle Valley Isolation Hospital. Smallpox. The Regional Hospital Board has made arrangements for the admission of cases of smallpox to their hospital at Joyce Green, Dartford. General and Accident Cases. Cases from this area are admitted

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    Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1931 Census). London Administrative County. Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Births— Rates per 1,000 Population. Live 15.80 17.60 16.70 17.80 12.54 Still 0.37 0.45 0.38 0.36 0.18 Deaths—

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    sub-station, covering the Beddington and Wallington area, located in Carshalton. NURSING IN THE HOME This service throughout the year was undertaken mainly by the staff of the Beddington and Wallington District Nursing Association, and their work

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    Comparative birth rates, civilian death rates, analysis of mortality, maternal mortality and case rates for certain infectious diseases in the year 1950:
    England and Wales.126 County Boroughs and Great Towns including London.148 Smaller Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1931 Census).London Administrative County.Borough of Beddington and Wallington.
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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON PUBLIC HEALTH COMMITTEE December, 1950 Members: Councillor Miss K. C. Bratt (Chairman) Alderman W. W. Binnie

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    was appointed in September, 1945, Divisional Medical Officer for the Beddington and Wallington half of the MidEastern Divisional Executive of the County of Surrey. School clinics continue to be conducted at The Grange Mansion, Wallington,

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    Beddington Park and Grange Park have proved an inestimable boon to parents and children alike, and during August hundreds of children, both from Beddington and Wallington and neighbouring districts, whose parents are unable to take them away

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    the Wandle Valley Isolation Hospital. Smallpox. The Regional Hospital Board has made arrangements for the admission of cases of smallpox to their hospital at Joyce Green, Dartford. General and Accident Cases. Cases from this area are admitted

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    Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1931 Census). London Administrative County. Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Births— Rates per 1,000 Population. Live 15.5 17.3 16.7 17.8 11.17 Still 0.36 0.45 0.38 0.37 0.37 Deaths— All

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    sub-station, covering the Beddington and Wallington area, located in Carshalton. NURSING IN THE HOME This service throughout the year was undertaken mainly by the staff of the Beddington and Wallington District Nursing Association, and their work

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    Comparative birth rates, civilian death rates, analysis of mortality, maternal mortality and case rates for certain infectious diseases in the year 1951:
    England and Wales.126 County Boroughs and Great Towns including London.148 Smaller Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1931 Census).London Administrative County.Borough of Beddington and Wallington.

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    Public Health Department, Town Hall, Wallington. To the Worshipful the Mayor, Aldermen and Councillors of the Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Ladies and Gentlemen, I have the honour to present my annual report for 1951. The

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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON PUBLIC HEALTH COMMITEE December, 1951 Members: Councillor Mrs. V. M. Boyce (Chairman) Councillor P. Sievewright

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    was appointed in September, 1945, Divisional Medical Officer for the Beddington and Wallington half of the MidEastern Divisional Executive of the County of Surrey. School clinics continue to be conducted at The Grange Mansion, Wallington,

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    Beddington Park and Grange Park have proved an inestimable boon to parents and children alike, and during August hundreds of children, both from Beddington and Wallington and neighbouring districts, whose parents are unable to take them away

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    Wandle Valley Isolation Hospital. Smallpox. The Regional Hospital Board have made arrangements for the admission of cases of smallpox to their hospital at Joyce Green, Dartford. General and Accident Cases. Cases from this area are admitted

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    situated at St. Helier Hospital, with a sub-station, covering the Beddington and Wallington area, located in Carshalton. NURSING IN THE HOME The Beddington and Wallington District Nursing Association came under the direct control of the Surrey

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    Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1951 Census). London Administrative County. Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Births— Rates per 1,000 Population. Live 15.3 16.9 15.5 17.6 10.74 Still 0.35 0.43 0.36 0.34 0.12 Deaths— All

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    Comparative birth rates, civilian death rates, analysis of mortality, maternal mortality and case rates for certain infectious diseases in the year 1952:
    England and Wales.160 County Boroughs and Great Towns including London.160 Smaller Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1951 Census).London Administrative County.Borough of Beddington and Wallington.
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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON PUBLIC HEALTH COMMITEE December, 1952 Members: Councillor Miss K. C. Bratt (Chairman) Councillor D. H. de

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    Illness, Care and After-care; and Domestic Help. The Registrar-General's estimate of the population of Beddington and ' Wallington at mid-year 1952 is 32,510, and this figure is used in the compilation of the vital statistics. This represents

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    Beddington Park and Grange Park have proved an inestimable boon to parents and children alike, and during August hundreds of children, both from Beddington and Wallington and neighbouring districts, whose parents are unable to take them away

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    Wandle Valley Isolation Hospital. Smallpox. The Regional Hospital Board have made arrangements for the admission of cases of smallpox to their hospital at Joyce Green, Dartford. General and Accident Cases. Cases from this area are admitted

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    situated at St. Helier Hospital, with a sub-station, covering the Beddington and Wallington area, located in Carshalton. NURSING IN THE HOME The Beddington and Wallington District Nurses' Home, administered by the Surrey County Council continues

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    Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1951 Census). London Administrative County. Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Births— Rates per 1,000 Population. Live 15.5 17.0 15.7 17.5 12.65 Still 0.35 0.43 0.34 0.38 0.12 Deaths— All

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    Comparative birth rates, civilian death rates, analysis of mortality, maternal mortality and case rates for certain infectious diseases in the year 1953:
    England and Wales.160 County Boroughs and Great Towns including London.160 Smaller Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1951 Census).London Administrative County.Borough of Beddington and Wallington.
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    Public Health Department, Town Hall, Wallington. To the Worshipful the Mayor, Aldermen and Councillors of the Borough of Beddington and Wallington. Ladies and Gentlemen, I have the honour to present my annual report for 1953. The

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    BOROUGH OF BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON PUBLIC HEALTH COMMITEE December, 1953 Members: Councillor A. Stammers (Chairman) Councillor H. Rennison

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