The right of wheeling at foot pace Bath Chairs…

Public right of way notice, Llanfairfechan promenade

Public right of way notice, Llanfairfechan promenade

Date

20 June 2014
Location

Llanfairfechan

SH 67766 75284; 53.25801°N, 3.98374°W

Information

NOTICE

By the joint dedication of the Governors of Saint
Andrew’s Hospital Northampton – the
Owners of the Bryn-y-neuadd Estate – and Colonel
Henry Platt C.B. the Public are entitled to a right
of way on foot along the existing Path between this
point and the Glan-y-Mor Elias Road (such right including
the right of wheeling at foot pace Bath Chairs drawn by
hand or by Pony Mule or Donkey and wheeling children’s
Perambulators and Mail Carts)
All frequenters of this Footpath are required to use the
same in such a way as to cause as little interference with
the rights of, or annoyance to, the owners as possible

BY ORDER

U. D. COUNCIL OFFICES
LLANFAIRFECHAN JULY 1908

Bryn y Neuadd Hospital in Llanfairfechan provides psychiatric care for those with learning disabilities and mental illnesses. The Roberts family built a house on the site in 1667, which was demolished in 1862 when John Platt bought the estate and built a new mansion there. This was, in turn, purchased in 1898 by St Andrew’s Hospital, Northampton and used as an asylum. The mansion was knocked down in 1967 when the current hospital was built.

Further Reading

Bryn y Neuadd (llanfairfechan.org.uk)

 

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