Report - Cookridge (IDA) - Leeds - June 2013

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Mr Beady

Over 8
Regular User
Feb 2, 2011
Seen a lot of people recently has this place, it's a cracking little place.

In 1886 John North gifted £6,000 to open a convalescent home in memory of his daughter Ida. Chorley and Connon were the Architects of this building, it opened on the 10th May 1888. Robert Arthington financed a second hospital on adjacent site which opened May 1905, and took his name but was mostly referred to as ‘Cookridge’. Ida hospital is the two crescent shaped buildings located on the site.








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