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Central Building, Hatton Hospital, Hatton, Warwickshire
1 A psychiatric hospital was built on land purchased from the Earl of Warwick, 500m east of Hatton, to provide local mental health facilities in the Warwickshire area in the ...
One of the buildings at Hatton Hospital was originally a psychiatric hospital. It was built to provide local mental health facilities in Warwickshire in the 1850s.
Site of 'Smallpox Hospital', Lawford Heath Lane
1 A hospital for infectious diseases was built some time between 1886 and 1913. This site was chosen presumably for its isolation. 2 Nothing now remains of the building which ...
The site of a smallpox hospital that was built during the Imperial period. The hospital building no longer exists but it is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It was situated on Lawford Heath Lane.
Maxstoke Priory Infirmary
1 NE of Church is the W wall of the infirmary hall or chapel. It had a nave with N and S arcades and aisles. The wall has a doorway ...
The remains of Maxtoke Priory Infirmary which was built during the Medieval period. It was situated 150m east of the church at Maxtoke.
Hospital of St Cross, Rugby
1 1884, built by Henry Wilson, with later additions. Red brick patterns: Tudor style. 2 RH/Wood 1882, gave the money for the hospital to be built. It was ...
The hospital of St Cross which was built during the Imperial period. It is situated on Barby Road, Rugby.
Hospital of St Lukes, Rugby
1 The Rugby workhouse was sold in 1818 because it was too small and a House of Industry for 130 paupers built at a cost of £1000. The building is ...
A workhouse that was built during the Imperial period. The workhouse buildings were later used as the Hospital of St Luke. It is situated on Temple Street, Rugby.
St Mary's Abbey, Kenilworth
1 Priory of Augustin canons, afterwards an Abbey, was founded in 1122 by Godfrey de Clinton about the same time as the Castle. The Abbey was dissolved in April 1538. 2 ...
The remains of St Mary's Abbey, Kenilworth. Founded as a Priory in the Medieval period, it was promoted to an Abbey in the middle of the fifteenth century. It was dissolved in 1538. The site is in the north east part of Abbey Fields.
Possible Hospital at Astley
1 A will, dated 1530, ordered that a hospital should be built in Astley, but it is doubtful if this was done. 2 Noted.
The possible site of a Post Medieval hospital at Astley. The existence of the hospital is suggested by documentary evidence. The exact location of its site is unknown.
Site of Isolation Hospital at Camp Hill
1 Site of isolation hospital marked on OS map of 1913.
The site of an isolation hospital dating from the Imperial period. It was situated west of Windmill Road, Camp Hill.
Site of Kenilworth Abbey Infirmary
1 The Infirmary, to the E of the cloisters, was of 13th century construction. 2 A range of buildings about 30m by 5.5m and includes a hall, kitchen and chapel. 3 Plan ...
The site of the infirmary associated with the Medieval Abbey of Kenilworth. The site is at the tennis courts in Abbey Fields.
Site of Nuneaton Union Workhouse
1 Site of Nuneaton Union Workhouse marked on OS map of 1887. 2 Nuneaton Poor Law Union was formed on 6th April 1836. In 1836, the existing Coton Chilvers workhouse was ...
The site of Nuneaton Union Workhouse which provided work and lodgings for the poor people of the parish during the Imperial period. It was situated on the west side of College Street, Chilvers Coton, and is marked on the first edition Ordnance Survey map of 1887.
Site of Medieval Chapel of St Edmund, Bretford
1 There was a chapel at Bretford unconnected with the nunnery of which a list of the incumbents from 1303-1360 exists. The site is now lost. 2 Founded in 12th century ...
Documentary evidence suggests that a Medieval chapel existed in Bretford. It had originally been built as a leper hospital. The exact location of the site is unknown.
1 1873 country house with joining stables and a coach house. Grade II Listed. Was a hospital, now re-named Coleshill Manor. 2 ‘It is rather gaunt and can never ...
1873 country house with joining stables and a coach house. Grade II Listed. Was a hospital, now re-named Coleshill Manor.
Newlands House Farm
1 Farm buildings are marked at this site on an estate map of 1768. The adjacent field is named Barn Close, perhaps suggesting that there was an earlier tithe ...
Farm dating to at least 18th century, it is a regular U-plan type with detached farmhouse. The buidlings were converted and adapted for other uses in the 20th century and were demolished in 2003. The site is located on Bennet's Lane in Keresley.
St.Gerards Childrens Hospital
1Built in 1912 and designed by Henry Sandy, the hospital was planned on the pavilion system in three, one-storey blocks. The centre block provided the administration department.
Built in 1912 and designed by Henry Sandy, the hospital was planned on the pavilion system in three, one-storey blocks. The centre block provided the administration department.
Lord Leycester Hospital, High Street, Warwick
1 Stands on the N side of the High Street immediately inside the W gate. The buildings are set above the level of the High Street. On the High Street ...
The Lord Leycester Hospital on the High Street in Warwick dates from the Medieval period. It is a timber framed building. Some parts were built or rebuilt during the 14th century.
Remains of Medieval Hospital of St John, Warwick
1 At the E entrance to town, the Hospital of St John the Baptist. It was founded by Henry, Earl of Warwick, in the time of Henry II (1154-89), for ...
The remains of a Medieval chapel associated with the Medieval Hospital of St John. The site is now in use as a museum.
Site of Warwick Union Workhouse, Lakin Road, Warwick
1 Warwick Poor Law Union was formed on 29th June 1836. A new Warwick Union workhouse was erected in 1837-9 at a site on the east side of what ...
The site of Warwick Union workhouse, constructed in 1837. Virtually all the former workhouse buildings have now been demolished, although parts of the 1903 infirmary remain.
Site of Alcester Union Workhouse, Kinwarton Road, Alcester
1 Alcester Poor Law Union was formed on 31st May 1836. The Alcester Union workhouse was built in 1837 at site to the east of Alcester on the south side ...
The Alcester Union workhouse was built in 1837 at site to the east of Alcester on the south side of Kinwarton Road. It followed the popular cruciform or "square" layout. A small infirmary block was added at the east of the site, and was extended southwards in 1879. The former workhouse later became Alcester Hospital, and the later infirmary block is still in use. The main buildings, now known as Oversley House, were converted to residential use in 1984.
Guild Chapel of the Holy Cross, Stratford on Avon
1 Plan of the Chancel, nave, W tower and N porch. 2 Description: The Guild Chapel of the Holycross was probably begun when the Guild was founded in 1269. The ...
The Guild Chapel of the Holy Cross. Some of the original 13th century structure survives, but the building is mainly 15th century with later alterations and restorations. Wall paintings have been uncovered. The Chapel is at the top of Chapel Street, Stratford upon Avon.
Site of Old Almshouses/Hospital
1 The car park for the present Health Centre is on the site of the Bedworth Central School (formerly the Top School). This school was built over the old ...
The site of Post Medieval almshouses, houses built for poor people to live in. The almshouses have also been referred to as a hospital. They were situated to the south of All Saints Church, Bedworth.
Earthworks to SE of Nuneaton Priory Church
1 In the fields S and E of the churchyard and vicarage gardens there are disturbed mounds and banks suggesting the site of the Infirmary, etc, but no masonry is ...
The site of buildings of Medieval date that were associated with Nuneaton Priory and which may be the remains of the infirmary. The remains of the buildings are visible as earthworks which are located to the south east of Nuneaton Priory Church.
Midland Counties Home For Incurables, Leamington Spa
1 The site is marked on the 1886 1st ed OS map.
Midland Counties Home for Incurables, a hospital which was in use during the Imperial period. It was situated on Tachbrook Street, Leamington Spa, and is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
Site of Hospital at Studley Priory
1 William de Cantilupe gave land for the support of a hospital at the monastery gates. 2 William gave lands to establish a hospital for the sick and needy. William’s son ...
The site of a hospital dating to the Medieval period. It is known from documentary evidence and was associated with Studley Priory. The site of the hospital lies 750m north west of St Mary's Church, Studley.
Site of Isolation Hospital NE of Hill Crest Lodge
1 Site of isolation hospital marked on OS map of 1922.
The site of an isolation hospital which was built during the Imperial period. The site is located 100m north of Hill Crest Lodge. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1922.
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