Social Life. Pauline Smeed, who qualified in 1946, remembers:
We had to be in before half past ten so, if you hadn’t got a late pass, there was
one way you could get in and that was over the wall. In Little Britain part of the wall had
been bombed so that was a good place to get over the wall. So you had a medical student on
the inside, he’d hop over first, and then you had a Snow Hill policeman on the outside,
he’d give you a leg up, and you just got over the wall. So that little bit of wall being
bombed was very good, very useful if you hadn’t got a late pass. Did Miss Day (Matron)
know about that one?