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Report - liliesden girls school, hawkhurst, 4/11

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after an unsuccessful visit to the Richborough power station due to a local farmer, myself jizzmister and a soon to forum member consulted the interweb......again, the decision was made to head over to hawkhurst to see if we could find lillesden girls school. a short while later we spotted out target abandoned the urbexmobile walked in.

history (taken from doctor who locations.com lol)

The school occupies what used to be the Lillesden Estate Mansion, built at the estate (south of Hawkhurst) in 1855 by the banker Edward Loyd, who moved there after marrying. The house and estate remained in the family until just after the First World War, when it was then sold and eventually became the Bedgebury Girls Public School.

The school closed around 1999 and has been abandoned ever since. Due to the theft of its lead roof, water damage is now sadly causing the buildings to collapse. However, it is now owned by a property developed and expected to be converted into private apartments at some point in the future.

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due to jizzmiesters "unique looks" the balaclave was applied for photos

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the floor above held up with an acro

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me

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not to every bodies taste but i do like graffiti

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the wobbly stairs

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more art

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down stairs

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"THE CONSERVATORY"

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dining hall

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my attempt at arty

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scaffolding used to try and hold off the rain

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view from the third floor window

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i got there in the end

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the end of a good explore

all in all was a great day a return visit is a must more planned people pics me thinks
 

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