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THE WEEK'S GOOD Cause : An Appeal on behalf of the Princess Louise Kensington Hospital, by Sir JOHNSTON FORBES-ROBERTSON

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THE Royal Borough of Kensington is, in its better-known parts, one of the most prosperous districts in all London. One of its divisions, however-North Kensington-differs from the rest; it includes a large area whoso inhabitants are mostly poor, or at least poor enough to have to live under conditions that make the care of a sick child impossible. It is to meet their needs that the Princess Louise Hospital has been re-established in North Kensington; a site has been secured for an Out-Patient Department, and two Ward Blocks have been built and are to be formally opened by the King and Queen in May. To clear off the debt in time for the opening means raising £6,000 immediately, and in addition £15,000 is required for a Nurses' Home, which would free thirty-six beds for child patients, raising the total number to seventy.
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THE WEEK'S GOOD Cause : An Appeal on behalf of the Princess Louise Kensington Hospital, by Sir JOHNSTON FORBES-ROBERTSON

2LO London, 22 April 1928 20.45






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