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The Well House, Leamington
The first well house was built on the instruction of the 4th Earl of Aylesford, the lord of the manor, following a visit to the town in 1803. The house was ...
The Holy Well, Leamington
This is sometimes called the Camden Well and sometime the Aylesford Well but it actually pre-dates both these gentleman. It is generally accepted that the well was first recorded by the ...
Royal Leamington Spa - A Plan For Development
Sleepy, genteel Royal Leamington Spa had been immune from none of the concerns post-war. The town’s War Memorial bears witness to the number of its young men who gave their ...
King's Newnham Baths around 1900
This cottage was known as ‘The Wells’ for many years, and was built on the site of medicinal springs. The baths consisted of three Mineral Springs of milky colour, diuretic ...
The Royal Pump Rooms, Leamington Spa
In July 1814 ‘The Royal Pump Room and Baths’, designed and built by C.S. Smith of Warwick at a cost of £30,000 were officially opened. The Spa treatment was claimed ...
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