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Whittingham Hospital
Travel documentary film
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This is Whittingham Hospital/Lancashire County Psychological Hospital

Date Opened: 1st April 1873(Launched by the Lancashire Asylums Board)
Date Closed: 1995
Location: in close proximity to Preston, Lancashire
Architect: Henry Littler of Manchester, Architect to the Lancashire Asylums Board

At the end of the initial Globe War, a element of the medical center (later on recognized as “St Margaret’s Division”) was used as a military clinic. It was yet again utilised for this goal in the course of the next Entire world War. There are five war graves in the cemetery, 4 from the very first Globe War and 1 from the second World War.

The Psychological Wellness Act of 1960 considered huge establishments like Whittingham to be out of favour and in the long run led to it’s closure.
Allegations of cruelty to individuals in the 60’s led to a public inquiry.
In the 70’s and 80’s new medication and therapies had been produced and several lengthy term sufferers had been returned to the group or sent to more compact units in the location.

The clinic sooner or later shut in 1995.

I have an additional photo of the exterior taken on the identical working day:-
www.flickr.com/images/26199776@N06/3727631978/

For those intrigued much more abandoned psychological asylums, both within and out you may possibly like to check out, &quot10 Most Outstanding Abandoned Psychological Asylums&quot
www.environmentalgraffiti.com/showcased/most-extraordinary-ab…

This subsequent movie back links will consider you to a intriguing 1980 ITV documentary movie, &quotGosling’s Travels&quot with Ray Gosling which exhibits life inside of Whittingham Medical center for the duration of it heyday.
youtu.be/wiVNzTnbq6Y

And ultimately the follow up movie to this which characteristics Ray Gosling returning to Whittingham with a group of City Explorers after almost thirty years given that his previous visit.
www.dailymotion.com/movie/x2tci2_inside-the-asylum_development

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