All Saints House
Auxiliary Hospital
Churchview Road, Twickenham, TW2 5BX
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Convalescent (military)
At the outbreak of war in 1914 the Revd C. Cogan offered All Saints House to the Red Cross for use as an auxiliary hospital.  The 12 beds remained unoccupied in December 1914, and it is uncertain whether the property was ever used as an auxiliary hospital.

Although listed in the British Red Cross Society archives, no further details have (as yet) come to light about whether All Saints House was used as an auxiliary hospital.

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Present status (November 2012)

The building has been demolished and a new vicarage built in its place.

All Saints House

The current All Saints House (above and below).

All Saints House

All Saints Church
All Saints Church with All Saints House at the left of the image.

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