Lovely GH Becks and with shelves as well
Hmm - not a Tesco near here, will look further
On the hot new topic of Stafford Hospital, I can go 2 ways from personal experience in the time span they talk about - my mother was found in a collapsed and confused heap, ambulanceand to hosp - at the time she had no signs of dementia, was very active and bust lady. When we were there I lost count of the number of times I said she is not normally like this, she is active in the community etc, she was left on a 'pad' in her urine. I decided NOT to leave her and really hadto fight her corner. In the end an old style nurse came along, listened and had her cleaned up and talked to me. She was diagnosed as having a UTI urine infection) which can give dementia type symptons BUT we took her home once the meds were given and my daughter and I took it in turns to sleep on her settee to care for her. One of the ladies that died had the same symptons that if pressure to diagnose would have saved her.
_ The other side of the coin is my OH who was displaying symptons of throat cancer. From seeing GP, thru consultamt to op was 2weeks, 6 weeks for healing, recuperation,results etc. Care, explanations all the way. In fact it wasn't cancer but it was that experience that pesuaded us the time had come for us to start a new life.
I must add that we were warned by a friend about the trouble there a long time before it ever hit the news. No comments just saying there are 2 sides of the coin.