The Lillesden Estate was bought and built by Colonel Edward Loyd. The home was passed down to the son of Edward Loyd and was used in World War I, as a hospital for wounded soldiers. A school again and in World War II again used as a hospital . After the war became again a school named Lillesden. Around 1975, the school became the Bedgebury Girls Public School. Unfortunately for the school it was closed in 1999 due to lack of students.
The plans are conversion to apartments and houses.
(updated2015; THEY ARE RENOVATING NOW )
Theft of the lead & copper caused damage to the roof, witch caused water damage to the inside of the building. A temporary roof was put on to prevent more damage.
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Jascha Hoste http://www.lost-in-time-ue.nl/index.php?mact=Gallery,m6e73e,default,1&m6e73edir=EDUCATION%2FLillesdon-Girls-School-UK-July-2012&m6e73ereturnid=56&pagina=56