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Alexander Centre

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Sir Sidney Alexander was a doctor whose record decade as Mayor of Faversham (1910-20) included the years of the First World War (1914-18). His wartime public service was recognised with a knighthood. Sir Sidney, a pioneer of varicose vein treatment in his London practice, was a GP at his home, Gatefield House, in Faversham’s Preston Street, now called the Alexander Centre and bearing a commemorative plaque.

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The plaque

 Alexander Centre

Location of the plaque

Alexander Centre
Sir Sidney Alexander lived at the now renamed Gatefield House, Faversham