Pembroke Lodge
Hospital for Officers
 Pembroke Lodge, Edwardes Square, Kensington, W8 6HR
Medical dates:

Medical character:
1917 - 1918

Convalescent (military)
In 1917, when Andrew Bonar Law (1858-1923) was appointed as Chancellor of the Exchequer and moved to No. 11 Downing Street, his home, Pembroke Lodge, was loaned to the British Red Cross Society for use as a convalescent home for wounded officers.

Pembroke Lodge Hospital for Officers presumably closed in 1918.

Present status (November 2010)

The house has been demolished and its site is now occupied by Pembroke Gardens Close.

Pembroke Gardens Close  Pembroke Gardens Close
The surviving gatehouse (left).  Looking into Pembroke Gardens Close (right).

References (Accessed 9th March 2014)

(Author unstated) 1921 Reports by the Joint War Committee and the Joint War Finance Committee of the British Red Cross Society and the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England on Voluntary Aid Rendered to the Sick and Wounded at Home and Abroad and to British Prisoners of War, 1914-1919. London, HMSO (reprinted in facsimile, 2009. The Naval and Military Press Ltd in association with the Imperial War Museum), pp 249-253.


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