Blackberry Hill Hospital located at Manor Rd, Bristol BS16 2EW, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0117 378 4441

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Liz Powles

3 Google Rating

Trained there in the late 1950's -1961. I lived in the nurses home which was the prison

3/ 5

Trained there in the late 1950's -1961. I lived in the nurses home which was the prison cells for French prisoners, donkeys years ago. I have many happy memories doing my training. Loved it.

Dodgy Geezah

4 Google Rating

I worked here for nearly 20 years as a member of a mental health community team based in various loc

4/ 5

I worked here for nearly 20 years as a member of a mental health community team based in various locations around the site. Fond memories of this beautiful, atmospheric place which is part of the fabric of our social history. It actually started life as a prisoner of war camp for French prisoners from the American war of independence and the Napoleonic wars. Note the carved stone plaque written in French. The Glenside part of the hospital is now the health and social care campus for UWE. I came in early on my very last day and walked around the site taking these pictures. Enjoy.

Shina Sarwar

1 Google Rating

Not suitable for disabled people those with low mobility a really uncaring unfriendly place. Had the

1/ 5

Not suitable for disabled people those with low mobility a really uncaring unfriendly place. Had the worst experience with a mental health nurse with zilch experience not the best place. Never coming back

Jason Silman

5 Google Rating

If you have a drug alcohol problem make a appointment NOW. I was a messed up drug addict NOW I'M ON

5/ 5

If you have a drug alcohol problem make a appointment NOW. I was a messed up drug addict NOW I'M ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY. THANKS TO ALL THE STAFF BLACKBERRY HILL HOSPITAL STAFF +ACER STAFF U KNOW WHO YOU ARE

Sam Partleton

5 Google Rating

Such a shame this amazing hospital had to be closed due to lack of funding.

5/ 5

Such a shame this amazing hospital had to be closed due to lack of funding.

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