DescriptionIn 1792, Samuel Newington opened the Priory Ticehurst House near Wadhurst as a place dedicated to the care and treatment of psychiatric illness. From relatively modest beginnings Ticehurst developed during the 19th Century into a grandiose estate covering around 500 acres. It attracted an affluent clientele, including aristocratic and prominent society figures. Some patients, who came with a regime of servants, took up residence in one of the villas within the grounds.
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