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Report - Ferdowse clinic, Heckington, Lincs, Feb14

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by The Wombat, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. The Wombat

    The Wombat Mr Wombat
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    I went to visit my mate who lives in nowheresville, Lincolnshire, and on the way stopped to visit a couple of sites. Our primary target was sadly not accessible, so made a slight detour to look at Ferdowse clinic and Nocton hall military hospital.

    I didn’t get to see the famous ivy covering the outside of the building which is so prominent on previous summer reports, as this was a winter visit.
    I was quite amused that considering it was a clinic for recovering alcoholics, there were several empty beer cans strewn across the building!
    Nice to tick this one of the list, as I missed out on a visit last year.
    Explore with Miz Firestorm, and thanks for access :)

    Built as Heckington Manor in the 19th centuary, it was converted into a residential unit for people with alcohol problems in the 80’s under the name Ferdowse Clinic. It was closed in 2003 due to NHS cut-backs.











    Thanks for looking :)

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