Sue Ryder Hospice, Leckhampton Court, Leckhampton, Gloucestershire: first floor bedroom in the converted stable building, Goose Bay
|Library Reference||AP424/44 (Gibbins 81753/23)|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Credit||Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Country houses ; Health facilities ; Conversion of buildings ; Stables ; Beds|
NOTES: Acquired by the Sue Ryder Foundation in 1976, this medieval manor house was subsequently restored and converted by Alan Wilson to provide care for patients of the Radiotherapy Centre at Cheltenham General Hospital. The Tudor wing opened in 1981 followed by the King's Wing in 1983.
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