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Report - North Wales Hospital, Denbigh. May 2010/March 2011



vwdirtboy

Keeuunnntt!
28DL Full Member
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Another easy sunny day stroll on both occasions.. visited with Kat & Tony in May and Dhl & Adders the latter time. Never so much as a tickle with Elwyn, but I have always hoped :)

I would quite happily take a munch from his mutt to see the old cunt rot but there's always next time!



The North Wales Hospital (locally known as Denbigh Mental) was a hospital for people with psychiatric illnesses located in Denbigh, North Wales.
Designed by architect Thomas Full James to originally accommodate between 60 and 200 patients, the building dates back to 1848, and originally had its own farm and gasworks. Planned for closure by Enoch Powell from the 1960s, it was closed in sections from 1991 to 2002.
Now derelict, on October 31, 2008, Living TV's Most Haunted did a live series, The Village of the Damned on location in the North Wales Hospital which spanned over the course of a week. The producers of the show were criticized by residents of Denbigh for slurs against the town and the hospital.
On 22 November 2008, during work to renovate the building site and convert it to apartments and residential properties, the building caught fire; it was later confirmed that the main hall of the hospital was destroyed. Arson is suspected.
Currently on the buildings at risk register, planning permission has currently lapsed, while Denbighshire council have started urgent repairs and will bill the current owners/developers.




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