The Derbyshire Royal Infirmary was first built in 1810. The hospital’s design was to blame and it was restructured over the next three years.Queen Victoria laid the foundation stone for the new hospital in 1894.If you have your own tent/caravan/motorhome there are pitches with and without electric hook up.The spacious camping field is open yet sheltered by mature trees and conveniently close to park facilities.The records have been transcribed by Ancestral Archives of Derbyshire. The Victoria Memorial Cottage Hospital was opened in Ashbourne in 1899.The hospital was in operation for 65 years until it was closed in 1964.The detail in each transcript will vary depending on the original record.Most transcripts will include a combination of the following information: The Derbyshire Hospital Admission and Deaths records come from two sources: Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, Deaths 1892 – 1912 and Victoria Memorial Cottage Hospital, Ashbourne Admissions 1899 – 1913.
It is likely that William was working on the new hospital building when the injury occurred.Approximately 3½ miles after turning, take the right turn at a brown caravan park sign saying 850 yards.Immediately turn right again and follow the road to the park.If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle then Longnor Wood is for you.
This small, select park just for adults (18 ) covers over 10 acres, incorporating a 4 acre dog walk / recreation field with stunning views.
The hospital stayed in operation for over 100 years, until it closed in 2009.