Branston, Branston Hall Hospital c.1965

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Caption for Branston, Branston Hall Hospital C1965: Built during the years 1884 and 1886 for Lord Vere Bertie, Branston Hall later became a sanatorium and then a home for the retired. It is now the 50-bed Branston Hall Hotel. The round turret by the side of the main entrance with its ogee cap looks very much like a windmill tower.

An extract from Lincolnshire Living Memories.

Memories of Branston, Branston Hall Hospital c1965


Invited to the Hall at turn of Year for a 'Cocktail-Party' as escort to a Nurse on Staff, the setting was magnificent and memorable!  Moreover, the event and hospitality could not have been bettered for the lit exterior equalled the warmth of the interior....some of the old character of the building came alive that (...Read full memory)

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Caption for Branston, Branston Hall Hospital C1965: Built during the years 1884 and 1886 for Lord Vere Bertie, Branston Hall later became a sanatorium and then a home for the retired. It is now the 50-bed Branston Hall Hotel. The round turret by the side of the main entrance with its ogee cap looks very much like a windmill tower.

An extract from Lincolnshire Living Memories.

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