Ancestry UK

Saville House Nursery, Bath, Somerset

The Saville House Nursery was opened by the Children's Society (formerly the Waifs and Strays Society) in 1946 at Saville House (also known as Denewood Grange) at Weston Park, Bath. It replaced the Society's wartime Fairfield House Nursery and could accommodate up to 24 children aged from three months to two years.

From around 1965 until its closure in 1970, the home also served as a training home for nursery staff.

The property is now a private residence.


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