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The chapel was detached from the main block and situated a short walk to the north. It was constructed in flint, providing a suitable contrast with the red-brick and stone mullion of the main hospital buildings themselves. The chapel would've been the easiest part of Blomfield's commission as he'd already designed and restored churches as the mainstay of his architectural practice.

View south-west across the Water Tower and Administration Block. © Simon Cornwell 2007