Lord Roberts Memorial Workshops
From Graces Guide
of 122 Brompton Road, London, SW3. Telephone: Kensington 1 (1922).
Ditto Address. Telephone: Sloane 2144-45. (1929)
(for Disabled Soldiers and Sailors)
Field Marshal Lord Roberts, who had won the Victoria Cross in 1857, had long campaigned for more to be done for ex-servicemen, especially those who had been disabled. He took a keen interest in the Workshops and became one of the Trustees.
Following his death in 1914, while visiting troops in France, it was decided, as a memorial to him, to expand the workshops and to name them after him.
By 1920 there were eleven Workshops around the country producing a wide variety of goods including basket ware, toys, beds and bedding and all types of furniture.
- 1922 Listed Exhibitor. Manufacturers of Furniture, Household Woodware, Toys, Games, Basketware. (Stand No. C.26) 
- 1929 Listed Exhibitor. Manufacturers of Wood Bedsteads in Oak and Mahogany, Divans, Wire-Spring Mattresses and Bedding. (Stand No. T.48) 
Sources of Information
-  Out of Battle: BlogSpot