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Report - Promis Rehabilitation Centre, Nonington, Kent - February 2013

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by sirjonnyp, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. sirjonnyp

    sirjonnyp 28DL Regular User
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    I've been a bit lazy getting around to this report. We went out last Saturday for a few sites, this being the first and an idea of Starlight2099's. We initially struggled to find some history on the place, but after a bit more research we got this:

    The site can be seen in use in this video: The Clinic - Episode 1 - PROMIS, Nonington, Kent - YouTube


    Apparently the place is now owned by a bank. There's a caravan that is live-in pikie security with a great big dog, but fortunately they didn't bother us, and we didn't bother them.



    Alarms rang a bit when we got in and saw the lights on, but there was no one about inside. The site is basically split into two, the older half having been burnt and in very bad condition, the modern half undamaged. It looked like it's being renovated, as it has been stripped of original features, a few of the floorboards were up, and there were lightbulb packets everywhere. It's a shame that it wasn't more interesting inside really. Made for a nice explore all the same, mind.


    That's the pikie wagon outside, next to the old recreational courts.


    This is the other side of the complex, with some impressively resilient chimneys.


    The only reminder of the building's recent past. Should have had read, really :rolleyes:



    Thanks for reading



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