Report - Hornsey rise memorial home. Leicestershire, January 2018

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Tobias Butt

28DL Member
28DL Member
Sep 16, 2017
Hornsey Rise Memorial Home was run by the religious organisation Pilgrim Homes as a Christian care and respite home. Originally constructed for NATSOPA in 1921 it opened as a memorial to printers who fell in the first world war, it was later taken over by Pilgrim's Friend Society and closed in 2012. It's been pretty ransacked by the usual lot of morons and is also heavily damaged in one of the buildings from an arson attack that has collapsed stairwells and ceilings, but is still an interesting wander and made for a nice relaxed explore.
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