Wednesday, 6th May 2015
Upper Room Town Hall

Call the Midwife is the late JenniferWorth’s number one bestselling true story of the East End in the 1950s and is now into a fourth BBC1 period drama series. The brothels of Cable Street, the Kray brothers and gang warfare, the meths drinkers in the bombsites – this is the world JenniferWorth entered when she became a midwife at the age of twenty-two. Her daughter Suzanna Hart and her husband Philip Worth discuss Jennifer’s story and read from and engage in a discussion on Letters to the Midwife a wonderful collection of correspondence received by JenniferWorth.
With a forward by Miranda Hart ‘Chummy’, it contains previously unpublished material.
‘by turns touching and irreverent … [a] portrayal of a fast-vanishing world.’ Mail on Sunday
 JenniferWorth trained as a nurse at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, and was later ward sister at London’s Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and Marie Curie Hospitals. In 1973 she left nursing and taught piano and singing. She died in May 2001 after a short illness. Her other books Shadows of theWorkhouse, Farewell to the East End and In the Midst of Life have all been best sellers.

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