HC Deb 03 March 1938 vol 332 cc1275-6
55. Mr. Hopkin

asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that the distances between casual wards in the rural parts of Wales are unreasonably long, and whether he will take steps to see that, in any new arrangements in Glamorgan, the distances between wards will be reduced?

The Minister of Health (Sir Kingsley Wood)

I am aware that some of the distances between casual wards in Wales are rather long, and in considering any-new arrangements which may be submitted to me for Glamorgan, I shall certainly have regard to the distances between the wards.

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