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Report - Bryn Seiont Hospital - Caernarfon - June 2011

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by Hidden, Jun 7, 2011.

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    Bryn Seiont Hospital - Caernarfon - June 2011

    Visited with NickUK

    This quaint little place lies in it's own overgrown gardens off a country lane in a Caernarfon, a beautiful little town in north wales. It reminded me very much of Pool Park hospital in Denbighshire, although a little stripped, it still held some interesting features and made for a good little explore in itself.

    What's that through the trees?

    History repeats...

    Bryn Seiont Hospital was formed in 1914 as a sanatorium.
    It was managed by the Caernarfon and Anglesey Hospital Management Committee since the 1948 NHS Act and treated patients with tuberculosis, which was a scourge of quarrymen in the Caernarfon district during the 1930s.
    Following a local government reorganisation in 1974 the site fell under the control of Gwynedd District Health Authority, and then North West Wales NHS Trust from 1999.
    Bryn Seiont later became a hospital offering palliative care by Macmillan nurses for cancer patients and then a centre used by the Blood Transfusion Service and a base for ambulances.

    In the 1990s, however, the health authority decided it was “unsuitable for modern inpatient healthcareâ€￾ and it eventually closed in 2004 despite local opposition, with services moved to Ysbyty Eryri nearby.
    It had approx 33 beds and suffered at the hands of arsonists only last month.







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    Cheers :thumb

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