ⓘ Petersfield Hospital

                                     

ⓘ Petersfield Hospital

The facility has its origins in the Petersfield Cottage Hospital which was established in Swan Street at the initiative of Dr. Albert Warren Leachman with five beds in April 1871. The hospital joined the National Health Service in 1948, but after it becoming dilapidated, it was replaced by a modern community hospital in 1992.

                                     
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  • to the city s ring road the A1134 It passes through the wards of Petersfield and Romsey, which are divided by the railway line. It is a busy, cosmopolitan
  • Parliament for Petersfield The daughter of Walter Quennell, a builder and developer, Quennell was educated at Bedales School, Petersfield and served with
  • night in a road traffic accident, succumbing to his injuries at Petersfield Cottage Hospital in Hampshire. Cadell was just 28 when he was killed. Cadell s
  • Abbey was dissolved, and with it the only hospital for the area s needy. In 1597, when the Borough of Petersfield was purchased by Thomas Hanbury, the boundary
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  • Parliament at Petersfield at the 1722 general election on the interest of the elder Gibbon. He was returned as Tory Member of Parliament for Petersfield at a by - election
  • Finzi s two sons before becoming a full - time singer in 1951. Like fellow Petersfield resident Michael John Hurd, he championed the work of Gerald Finzi, who
  • Party in general elections, but was never elected: in Hendon in 1935, Petersfield in 1945, Dover in 1950 and 1959, Basingstoke in 1964, Peterborough in
  • Portsmouth passing close to Kingston upon Thames, Guildford, Haslemere and Petersfield For much of its 67 - mile 108 km length, it is classified as a trunk