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This is so that we can check your blood group and also test for a variety of conditions including: You are welcome to bring someone with you when you come for your scan.
Further scans are only arranged if there is a clinical need, either the doctor or midwife will explain if this should occur.
Later, a number of lodges and other buildings were constructed by Wyatt's nephew, Jeffry Wyatville; of these, only Cassiobury Lodge in Gade Avenue survives.), the Home Park and the Upper Park being separated by the River Gade. In 1841 a fire destroyed the orangery, which was filled with newly collected plants and fine orange trees, some of which had been presented to the 6th Earl by Louis XVIII. George Capell, 7th Earl of Essex married an American heiress, helping to maintain the estate.
The parties and entertainments at Cassiobury House continued into the new century: in 1902 it was visited by the young Winston Churchill and King Edward VII.
The Ultrasound Department is based next to the Antenatal Clinic on the ground Floor of the maternity building.
Screening for Down’s Syndrome is offered to all pregnant women of all ages.
Between 16 an avenue of 296 lime trees was planted, linking the gardens to Whippendell Wood. In the late eighteenth century, parts of the Grand Union Canal passing through the property were widened and landscaped on the insistence of William Capell, 4th Earl of Essex, who sat on the board of the canal company. 1799-1805, the 5th Earl of Essex commissioned James Wyatt to remodel the house in the Gothic style, and Humphry Repton to overhaul the park. The public were allowed to ride and walk through the grounds, but had to apply for a ticket in advance.
The western part is a 25.1 hectare Local Nature Reserve managed by the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.
When Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries in 1539, Watford was divided from Cashio and Henry made himself lord of the manor of Cassiobury.
At your first pregnancy appointment, which is also known as your ‘booking’ appointment, the midwife will ask you about your obstetric, medical and social history.
The midwife will also discuss with you the type of care available to you, which is dependent on a number of risk factors.
“I did ante-natal classes and met a fantastic group of mums who still continue to be a wonderful support, but I also quickly realised that I needed to make a massive effort to meet more mums who lived nearby with babies of a similar age.