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Broadfield House
The Slaugham Archive
Broadfield House

Broadfield House used to be in the Slaugham parish until about 1950 when the most northerly part of the parish was transferred to the Crawley New Town. Unbelievably it was built in 1830, but had been extensively extended in the 1860s.
In its time it has been a hotel and country club, administration offices for the Crawley New Town development, the headquarters of FM Radio Mercury from 1984 to 2008, and since 2011 it has been a primary “free school” in the Montessori tradition.
The Large Version shows the front entrance.

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Picture added on 13 June 2013 at 15:48
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