Must admit I never did.
White Cross in Winterbrook, this was at the bottom of the Wallingford Road and the junction was known as white cross. The place was an hotel but during the war was used as a convalescent home for wounded forces personnel. Berkshire heath authority hung on to it and it became a nurses home.
Some of the single nurses also lived in accommodation which was on site, I remember visiting one and the loom they lived was quite small with just a single bed a wardrobe chair and basin for washing, the bathroom and kitchen was shared with the others living there.
This was I sure the male block
This was most likely used as a female block.
Doctors were provided with their own places as well and there were a couple of sets of semi's set aside for them.
Other places on site were the two houses by the main gate.
And another pair by the farm entrance
During the 1960's it was realised that more local houseing was needed and so Celsea place was built and it provided more up to date accommodation for many staff who were even given their own allotment gardens along Papist way. These were sold off and Weedon Close was built there in the 1990's
Some of the students being taught
Some practical lessons going on here
Moulsford manor was used in the second world war by none other than Sir Winston Churchill who used to come here to get away from it all, I can see why from the photo I took from the other side of the river.
Towards the end of Fairmiles time the place was sold off and Kevin Maxwell bought the place though I could not tell you if he still lives there or who does. Some history of the place can be read here. Moulsford Manor