Bersham Hall

A Memory of Bersham

My friend, Joyce Bennet, and I were able to go inside Bersham Hall with the caretaker at that time it was beautiful inside. The staircase was breath-taking with tiles in the large hall, it had been closed as a home for unmarried mothers (as it was called at that time), now named single parents. The rooms still had the single beds in them, unmade and lots of baby clothes in another room. Later, it opened as a home for boys, not a lot seems to have changed to the outside of the house.

A memory shared by June Phillips , on Dec 1st, 2013.

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