Nottinghamshire Convalescence Home Seathorne

The Nottinghamshire Convalescence Home at Seathorne was established in 1891 as a result of a legacy left by Sir Charles Seeley, MP for Nottingham.

It afterwards became a miners’ convalescence home and in 1947 it was taken over by the new National Health Service as Seeley House men’s convalescence home.

The building was demolished in 1980.

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  1. Can anyone help with my research?
    I’m researching Marian Winfield Bannister, who was matron in charge of Seely Convalescent Home, Seathorne in the 1930s.
    The only information I have is from her nursing records, so only her yearly return to the QAIMNS reserve register.
    Any details of the home, patients, staff etc are welcome…

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