Ms King delivered many babies as a midwife in Gloucestershire, but some were particularly memorable. "And of course another episode of course when I was doing midwifery in Gloucester, I had a very interesting delivery just outside Gloucester in a horse-drawn gypsy caravan. And it was half past 2 in the morning I was called out and I found where, well I knew where they were because they’d arranged that we would deliver the baby for them, and I was the one to go and of course it was a horse-drawn caravan and she was in the top bunk, the woman, and the children were underneath. And of course I delivered the baby quite satisfactory, it was a very small baby, really almost premature in size, however, the only way of being… they had a huge fire going outside with logs and so on and I was sitting on a stool outside coping with the baby, giving its bath and so on, but it did extremely well. In front of the fire, out in the open air, at half past 2 or 3 o’clock in the morning, a dark dry morning fortunately not raining. And another very interesting delivery I had, was the travelling show people came for the fair… and they had one of the women was pregnant and I delivered her baby, and they were extremely nice people, and beautiful caravans… spotlessly clean. But it’s very interesting and then I met the people again when I was in Hereford, the fair was there, and I looked them up and went to see them and the baby sometime later. That was interesting"