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Old Nevill Hall Hospital, Abergavenny

This building is now used as a Conference Centre, it is situated opposite the "new" hospital.
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Yes, it's an old building, but not the oldest by any means -
Nevill Hall was built in the 1860s as a country house for James Charles Hill, of Blaenafon iron works, and known as 'The Brooks'. He had purchased the existing property in 1860, followed by demolition and rebuilding. It was purchased in 1890 by the Marquess of Abergavenny, and renamed Nevill Court. The Marquess died in 1915 and the house was sold as Nevill Hall in 1916, 1918 and finally in 1920 when it became a hospital. After the building of the present hospital in the 1970s, it became a conference and training centre for the health authority.

The building is L-shaped, of Tudor-Gothic character with two non-symmetrical bays. There is a projecting central portion forming a porch with an oriel window above.

Thanks Nev - I always appreciate your input.

As do I yours Luni and Denise - I added above so you would know a bit more about this fine old building. Blessings and hugs to you all.


This looks neat though considered old (how old?)


Nice old building and good to know it is still being used.
Thanks Phyllis with hugs


Hi Janet, yes I guess. I know the new hospital is more up to date etc, all the essential machinery it needs to give the community the care it needs, but the old hospital was lovely, not a huge brick and glass square ... Hugs -Phyllis


What a fabulous building thanks Phyllis. Good to know that is is being used now.
Hugs Janet.

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