A rose garden?

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  1. 1 Sheila Johnson April 22, 2012 at 7:55 pm

    A postcard of the Rose Garden at Nordrach-on-Mendip Sanatorium, which opened in January 1899 for the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis and other diseases of the lungs. Patients were housed in the main building and in wooden bungalows in the grounds.

    For more information see the History of Blagdon Volume 5.


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