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my visit April 2019. Maes Mynan Hall

Maes Mynan care home was a two floor 33 bedroom care home on a site of 2.6 acres.  The care home was for the elderly and it had its own day service and its own respite service for a short stay and emergency placements.  The site was bought in 2013 by the healthcare company and has been left untouched since.  The building itself we could not find much history about or anything about when the care home opened.  The site itself was in pretty good condition, well worth the visit if you have any free time.

Be mindful if you do visit as just at the back of the site, there is a house that is occupied. and theres a lorry tipper comany thats drives past quite offen.

 

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1 hour ago, jones-y-gog said:

Looks worth a quick mooch if passing, some interesting stuff left inside to see. Any sign of satanic rituals? 

none that i seen in there lol

 

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