The Present Day Hospital. - a Memory of Canterbury.

St John's Hospital is home to 35 elderly people. 24 live in the older part. There are 6 houses each holding 4 flats. House six can be seen in the photo, it stands alongside the hospital chapel. The chapel is used twice a week by the residents. Beyond the chapel and graveyard are two more modern buildings, St John's House is about 40 years old and comprises of 2 flats, one of which is occupied by the chaplain of he hospital. Alongside St John's House is St Elisabeth House. It has 8 flats and is for the more frail of our residents. It was built in 1999 and took the name of St John the Baptist's mother. The room above the Gatehouse is still in use by the Bursar of the hospital.

A memory shared by Claire Allen on Apr 6th, 2006. Send Claire Allen a message.

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