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Video - Lluesty Hospital Holywell - July 2016

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    Lluesty Hospital


    This site was originally built as a workhouse in 1838 and the property was extended in stages until it became a hospital when the NHS was established in 1948. This hospital has not been used since the new Holywell Community Hospital opened in 2008. The original workhouse complex and adjoining chapel were Grade II listed 20 years ago. The early Victorian building was designed by St Asaph architect John Welch and used as a workhouse for the poor of 14 parishes. The buildings are set in grounds of around 7.4 acres which have been allocated for housing development. For many years the hospital was the main maternity unit in North East Wales. Among those born there was footballer Ian Rush.


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