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Slaugham Manor
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Slaugham Manor

Slaugham Place (now called Slaugham Manor) was built in 1901 by Captain Charles Warden Sergison (1867-1911). In the early 1950s it was converted from a private house to a hotel, but in November 1961 a liquidator was appointed to wind up Slaugham Place Country Club Ltd. In due course the police purchased the property for what is said to be a bargain price and turned it into a training and conference centre, in particular to service the needs of Gatwick airport. Some 47 single rooms were added to those already available and it has been fully functioning since 1976. This photograph shows the crisp new building with early landscaping.
Picture added on 21 June 2012 at 14:39
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