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Report - - Belmont House Care Home, Cheadle - December 2020 | Asylums and Hospitals | Page 2 | 28DaysLater.co.uk

Report - Belmont House Care Home, Cheadle - December 2020


MK83

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Yes absolutely true, agree with you there.
It's especially depressing when your the first to crack something and then it appears on Facebook or YouTube and gets totally trashed. We went back to one of the locations we cracked a few weeks later and it was like a bomb had gone off, the amount of damage was truly astounding. It baffles me why they do it.
 

uncharted

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History - Originally built in the 1800's and adapted in 1864 by the architect Alfred Waterhouse, this house was the residence of the Milne family who were the owners of a department store in Manchester named Kendal Milne now the House of Fraser. The house was purchased in 1920 for £5700 by a charity named the Together Trust and at the time of purchase came with a 22 acre estate. The house was adapted to accommodate 40 children and used as a children's home by the charity until 1983, in it's early days a s a children's home many children where brought from the slums of Manchester having never seen the countryside before. It was sold again in 1983 and converted into a care home. The care home closed in 2017 after being placed into special measures by the care quality commission.

Explore - We decided to take a look at this while scoping out explores in Cheadle as we'd seen some interesting features on other reports, access was no problem. The house is in a bad way, the floors are soaked and pretty dangerous in places. It did have some nice original features but other than that is pretty empty apart from some personal possessions in the basement, more than likely belonging to the residents of the care home. The main stairs and the chandelier are by far the best bit.


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Thanks for looking.
love it! is this still accessable?
 

Brown

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there was a fire ten days ago
History - Originally built in the 1800's and adapted in 1864 by the architect Alfred Waterhouse, this house was the residence of the Milne family who were the owners of a department store in Manchester named Kendal Milne now the House of Fraser. The house was purchased in 1920 for £5700 by a charity named the Together Trust and at the time of purchase came with a 22 acre estate. The house was adapted to accommodate 40 children and used as a children's home by the charity until 1983, in it's early days a s a children's home many children where brought from the slums of Manchester having never seen the countryside before. It was sold again in 1983 and converted into a care home. The care home closed in 2017 after being placed into special measures by the care quality commission.

Explore - We decided to take a look at this while scoping out explores in Cheadle as we'd seen some interesting features on other reports, access was no problem. The house is in a bad way, the floors are soaked and pretty dangerous in places. It did have some nice original features but other than that is pretty empty apart from some personal possessions in the basement, more than likely belonging to the residents of the care home. The main stairs and the chandelier are by far the best bit.


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Thanks for looking.
This makes me so very sad to see. I was brought up in this house from the age of 2 to 15 years old (1953-1966. It used to be a children's home and i have lots of happy memories growing up there with my siblings.
 

MK83

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This makes me so very sad to see. I was brought up in this house from the age of 2 to 15 years old (1953-1966. It used to be a children's home and i have lots of happy memories growing up there with my siblings.
It looks like it would have been a really nice house. It's ashame it's been left to rot and be trashed by vandals.
 

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