Here is a photograph of Netley Hospital and the Red Cross huts behind it. Many, if not all the huts were named, sometimes by their sponsored village or town.
Also some beds were sponsored as well. Funds were raised for their upkeep and if possible, a soldier from the same village was put in the bed with the same name.
There were many buildings at Netley who were sponsored by people. This was the George Herbert Vacher Recreation Room.
2nd Lieutenant George Herbert Vacher was in the Royal Warwickshire Regt. He was the eldest son of H. P. Vacher A.M.I.C.F. and born in Winchester. He was gazetted to his Battalion in August 1914 and was killed on the 30th October 1914. Photo from IWM.
Below is the news article that appeared in the Hampshire Advertiser December 18th 1915 describing the day that the Vacher Recreation Room and Godman Reading Room was officially opened. It also mentions the Red Cross entrance lodge which contained a post office amongst other rooms. This is at the entrance to the Red Cross Hospital (see postcard view near the top of this page) which up until today, I didn't have a proper name for! (September 2022)
from Netley British Red Cross Magazine June 1918