Nannau was used as an officer’s neurological hospital during WWI. These hospitals were used for short-term treatment lasting months, rather than extended treatment lasting for years. Nannau was chosen due to it’s quiet location and private grounds. READ MORE HERE…
Maria Nest Jones Bradly, née Davies (1897-1983) was a VAD (Voluntary Aid Detachment) at Nannau from 5th March 1918 to April 1919. When she left Nannau, she was presented with an album containing photographs of the various nurses and patients. READ MORE…
Many thanks to her grandson, Paul Bradly, for permission to use the images on this website. All copyright belongs to him.
The book, "Nannau – A Rich Tapestry of Welsh History" by Philip Nanney Williams is available to buy here.
I would like to thank the following people for their help and contributions to this website (and my previous one at nannau.com): Dennis Yancey (and his Nanney Family Archives), David Brown, Philip Nanney Williams, Christopher Quaile, Miles Wynn Cato (welshart.co.uk), Welsh Antiques (welshantiques.com), The National Library of Wales, The National Museum of Wales and The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales.
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