Pelham Auxiliary Hospital
Manor Place, Chislehurst, Kent BR7 5QE
Medical dates:

Medical character:
1914 - ?

Convalescent (military)
During the early months of WW1 Pelham was requisitioned by the War Office for use as an auxiliary hospital for wounded Belgian soldiers.

This building is recorded as having been used as an auxiliary military hospital during WW1.  No further details have (as yet) come to light.

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Present status (December 2011)

The property, which was built in 1874, has been divided into a set of dwellings - East, West and Upper Pelham.  East Pelham contains the major portion of the original house.  Together with Pelham Lodge, they are located on the north side of Manor Place, off Manor Park.
Manor Place  Manor Place
Signage to Pelham on Manor Place (left) and to East, West and Upper Pelham and Pelham Lodge (right).

The building is well hidden by trees.
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