Archive for the tag 'Stamford Military Hospital'

Between April 1917 and January 1919, the Stamford Military Hospital provided a Sanctuary from the Trenches for soldiers injured during the First World War. As a reflection upon the 282 soldiers that passed through the hospital during this period, the structure comprises 282 individually cast concrete cubes.
Save for one nameless soldier, each cube features a [...]

12 Comments CherryPie on Feb 28th 2015

The weather has been glorious the past few days, so yesterday we took advantage of a sunny Sunday and went out for the day. We chose to visit Dunham Massey, a place we have not been before. As part of the WWI centenary commemorations some of the rooms are currently transformed back to how they [...]

10 Comments CherryPie on Jun 23rd 2014