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Kings Langley, Herts
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The main administration building of the hospital as it looks now.
Ground floors were used for storage of produce, the first floors were the offices and the second floor units were housing for single, senior staff members such as the Head Matron and the Chief Stewart. They were converted into residential housing when the hospital was closed in 1995
The chapel and its services was an integral part of the day to day life of the hospital during its entire history and like most of the rest of the hospital was used to house soldiers during both world wars. This building is now owned by DEMAND who still provide medical services to the disabled.
Many areas of the hospital, including the chapel, were used to house soldiers on their way to fight in both World Wars. For more information about the hospital staff and residents of Abbots Langley who went off to war please contact Back to the Front on their web site.