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Report - Meadowside bungalow - Ainsdale - Dec 2019


Chickadea

Em
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after searching every inch of the internet it has become apparent this place obviously doesn’t exist. All I could find was a petition fighting against the place being knocked down due to it being a great place that provided assisted living for young adults with learning difficulties. The center opened in 1966 and was opened by a Mrs W.I. Percival. The center is made up of 3 bungalows, what seemed to be a block of flats/shared household and what looked like a school or community center.
Garages are also on site and the remains of a large green house.

- If anyone knows this place and could shed some light on into that’d be incredible

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After visiting various places around Wigan and then in Southport with no luck (be it with nosey shop keepers or large fences).
We came to this place which I found on google maps one day at work. This place besides having the most easiest access I’ve seen, basically laid untouched apart from a ton of smashed glass.
I got a few, rather crappy pictures before we set off a motion sensor which was great fun and rather loud - which isn’t great when you’re in a housing estate and there’s dog walkers everywhere... so off we vanished.

The pics are sodding awful. Apologies in advance:oops:




















 
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Yorrick

A fellow of infinite jest
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According to the Land Registry it was Brookdale nursing or rest home. I quick Google brought up this -

"Brookdale delivers a specialist Day Service for Older People with a diagnosis of advanced dementia. This service is provided in partnership with Merseycare NHS Trust."

Also, some of your images aren't showing.
 

Chickadea

Em
28DL Full Member
According to the Land Registry it was Brookdale nursing or rest home. I quick Google brought up this -

"Brookdale delivers a specialist Day Service for Older People with a diagnosis of advanced dementia. This service is provided in partnership with Merseycare NHS Trust."

Also, some of your images aren't showing.
Thank you very much. I'll look at the pics to sort them now :banghead
 

Danger_MouseUK

28DL Member
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it was literally a disabled toilet, but as above, there was nowhere to pin up developing prints. I had to go there again recently, one of the walls of one of the outbuildings had collapsed due top the recent storms, the wood was rotten.
 

Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
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Glad you finally got an explore, so disappointing to spend a day of no goes. :thumb
 

Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
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it was literally a disabled toilet, but as above, there was nowhere to pin up developing prints. I had to go there again recently, one of the walls of one of the outbuildings had collapsed due top the recent storms, the wood was rotten.
Thanks on update. I bet many a derp has suffered this way with all these storms
 

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