The White House Red Cross Hospital
The White House Red Cross Hospital on Mendham Lane in Harleston, Norfolk was opened on 29 October 1914 with 14 beds and closed on 19 February 1916 having admitted 123 patients. This was the home of Mrs Sarah Stagg who acted as Matron. She received a mention by the Secretary of State in the Gazette on 3 December 1918. In this picture you can see the Red Cross Flag in the garden of The White House. Also a soldier can be seen laying on his bed on the lawn.