Auxiliary Home Hospital
 Whitegarth, Cumberland Road, Bromley, Kent, BR2 0PS
Medical dates:

Medical character:
1914 - 1915

Convalescent (military)
In October 1914 Mr Alfred H.K. Squire established an auxiliary home hospital in his home, Whitegarth.  The Hospital had 14 beds and Mrs Squire, together with other ladies in the area, provided care for the wounded and sick servicemen.

The Hospital closed in 1915.

Present status (November 2010)

The site is of the Hospital is now occupied by Caygill Close.

Caygill Close

Caygill Close is at the northeast corner of Cumberland Road and Westmoreland Road (above and below).

Caygill Close
References (Accessed 4th September 2013)
Creswick P, Pond GS, Ashton PH 1915 Kent's Care for the Wounded.  London, Hodder & Stoughton.

Walker J 1979 The British Red Cross in the Bromley area 1910-1919.  Bromley Local History 4, 17-23.
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