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The Red Cross Hospital Huts at the back of the main building
This walkway was named "Piccadilly"
The Cooks and some of their soldier patients
Electrical dept.
Whirlpool baths
Massage treatment

Cigarette case engraved inside with the following:

             W.Cornell British Red Cross Hospital Netley 1914-18

On the pier.
Yorkshire Post 18th November 1914 Christmas boxes.
Grantham Journal 12th December 1914 Aslackby subscriptions to Netley funds.
The Sydney Morning Herald 21st January 1915 Red Cross hospital nearly finished.
The Baptist Times and Freeman March 26th 1915 Mrs Brown's visit to netley. Netley Hospital Heritage group archive
From Sue Light
Thornycroft's B.F.F.C. on the football field where they play today
1916 Hampshire Advertiser 1st July.
Grantham Journal 4th August 1917 British Farmers Red Cross fund.
F.White, T. Meaden, A. Seeley and R.Carr. Bath Chronicle 15th September 1917
The convalescents had friendly boxing matches to while away the time
Or they could spend a few hours in the Reading Room.

from The Netley British Red Cross Magazine June 1918

Hut 41
Sister Harvey. From Netley Hospital Heritage Group archive
Mr Edgington, postmaster. Hampshire Advertiser 26th April 1919
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