Wanslea – National Trust Property
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About this site: A red brick purpose built orphanage, Wanslea (c1905) has always been associated with the care of others. It was constructed by the instruction of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (a benevolent society) and requisitioned by the Red Cross WW2 for convalescing servicemen, after which it returned to being used for the care of children. Today, community based organisations occupy the property.
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