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Willesden 1930

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Willesden]

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Name.Situation.Nature of Accommodation.By whom providedWork Undertaken.
Infant Welfare Centre and Club84, Princess Road, Kilburn, N.W. 6A house adapted and equipped for infant welfare workVoluntary Committee. Hon. Sec., Mrs. Howard FiggisMaternity and Child Welfare School for Mothers.
" Princess " Day Nursery47 and 49, Chichester Road, Kilburn, N.W. 6Two houses adapted and equipped as a Day NurseryVoluntary Committee. Hon. Sec., Mrs. Howard FiggisDay Nursery.
The Willesden V.A.D. Clinic159, Willesden Lane, Kilburn, N.W. 6.One house adapted and equippedSt. John's Voluntary Aid Detachment, Middlesex, 58 (Women's)Massage—Radiant Heat—Electricity —Medical Gymnastics—Art ificial Light Treatment.
Venereal Diseases ClinicsThe Middlesex County Council have made arrangements with General Hospitals in London, The Prince of Wales Hospital, Tottenham, in Middlesex, and the Royal Hospital, Richmond, in Surrey, for the treatment of persons suffering from these complaints.

There are also Centres situated in adjacent districts which are used by Willesden residents.