Eleanor Kay Ashton was born on the Isle of Man on 8 Jan 1930 to Robert & Maime Scott who ran a boarding house on Douglas promenade. She did well at school but only went to university following pressure from her determined aunts. At Liverpool University Medical School, she received the Henry Briggs memorial medal in Obstetrics and Gynaecology as well as the Deans medal “for skill with the eye, the ear and the hand”, graduating in 1954. She was also in the University Womens Swimming Team. After qualifying she worked at Nobles Hospital and then some of the Liverpool hospitals, then following her marriage to Andrew Keith Frazer they emigrated to Australia (£10 poms!). She returned to the Isle of Man with her 2 sons in 1967 and worked as a single handed GP. On her 2nd marriage her surname changed to Ashton. She maintained a great interest in her profession throughout her life, she was in her 60s when she went to China to study acupuncture. This interest continued even on retirement as well as her interest in all things Manx, including the Ramsey Pier restoration project. She passed away on 23 Aug 2021 aged 91.