St. Martin’s War Memorial Hospital (for World War I servicemen and women) was designed by eminent architect Lange Powell and said to be inspired by William Morris’ Red House, characteristic of the ‘Arts and Crafts’ movement. It was constructed by local builder Thomas Keenan in c.1922. A children’s wing was added in 1940. The Sisters of the Sacred Advent operated the hospital until 1971. The building was renovated as the headquarters of the Anglican Cathedral and Diocese in 1990.
HOW TO BOOK SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Register on the day
GUIDED TOUR TIMES
St Martin's House lobby with tours of the building
Limited wheelchair access