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Report - Bramham House , Bramham April 2011

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Tassadar, Apr 27, 2011.

  1. Tassadar

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    Visited with Tcake, after a nights ale and fire... no maybe the wisest move, best start on the A1079 bacon and sausage butties sourced we where fit for action, I know this place has been done lots of times i know and ahs always intruged me , it is quite tight these days but with ur ninjaz skills is still possible.This place is trashed, but is a cool place from top to bottom , meat hooks in the basement are sinister for sure as was the fake blood meared on the tiles... and as for the ghost...i will leave it for Tcake to describe or see for you selves....( no i havent gone all "Most haunted" )Its latest history was as a kids home, we found record players all over the place....

    Brief Historys


    After acquiring the house in 1947 , and as a result of the Children's Act of c. 1948 , the West Riding C.C. opened a home for children in unsafe or unhappy family circumstances . All the brothers and sisters of a family were kept together at Bramham House , which was not used at this stage as an institution for maladjusted or delinquent children.

    Thus it became, for as long as necessary, their family home, under a succession of administrators: Mr. & Mrs. Holmes, Mr. & Mrs. Bradbury, and finally, under this WRCC regime, Mr. & Mrs. Hale , who has added a note on the Home in their time.

    On local government re‑organisation in 1974 Leeds took over the running of the Home , as a result of which the admission policy changed. The Hales left, and thereafter children on remand and delinquents were admitted to join the family groups still present. This caused many problems. A description of the life of the children's home was written for the Archive by Mrs. Hale

    Sourced from this site Bramham.org.uk

    It carries some nice B/W archive shots of the place in action and some of the familys that lived there. Well worth a click for sure

    Also a good story from the house too here


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    Thanks for looking
     

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