Hi Paul, have been searching and finally found an American Army hospital I was sent to for a broken arm in 1943 whilst being evacuated in Sherborne village Glos.I believe I'm correct in saying it was 'Bradwell Grove Camp' in Burford and at the time I was admitted, 7 years old, there were somewhere in the region of 8 to 9 hundred wounded arriving from I believe, Dieppe. I was apparently classed as a VIP being the youngest 'wounded' in a side ward. Wonderful but sad memories when some of the walking wounded popped their heads arond the door to say hello. I was 'mended' by a Surgeon Colonel who was woken at 1 a.m to put my arm straight, In the morning I was treated to peaches and cream packets of Lifesavers, chewing gum and milk chocolate, great memories for a seven year old. My elder sister found work at one of the air bases there and I remember seeing all the planes and gliders leaving for Normandy , thanks for your time Dave.