Bingham Hall VA hospital

Cirencester

Bingham Hall was built in 1908 as a theatre and social venue by local businessman Daniel George Bingham as a gift to the people of Cirencester, a function it still serves today as it passes its centenary. Gloucestershire Red Cross Hospitals 1914-1919
Bingham Hall, Cirencester, 1915
BINGHAM HALL V.A. HOSPITAL
GLOS. 84


final report from The Red Cross in Gloucestershire 1914-19
 

Date of opening—December 10th 1914

No. of beds

Admissions since opening to Dec 31st 1918

Deaths


Average number of resident patients daily

Average number of days each patient was resident

 

85

1852

13

1915
42.27

30

 

 

 

 

1916
50.98

48

 

 

 

 

1917
66.31

55

 

 

 

 

1918
71.58

46

OFFICERS

Commandant: Mrs Bruce Swanwick, O.B.E.

Medical Officers: Mr Howard Marshall, Mr D. Mackinnon

Lady Superintendent: Miss M. Fielding

Quartermasters: Miss V. E. B. Symonds, Miss N. Cooper

This hospital, which was situated in the Bingham Hall, kindly lent by the Trustees, received cases direct from Southampton.

Ward at Bignham Hall VA hospital
Main ward, Bingham Hall VA hospital, 1915
Gloucestershire Red Cross Hospitals 1914-1919