Windlestone (County Durham)
It is documented that during the First World War Windlestone Hall was used as a VAD (Voluntary Aid Detachment) hospital. In the Second World War it is documented that a military camp was also located nearby that was used as a training ground and POW camp, but its exact location is unknown and no suggestive remains have ever been found.
|Event(s):||The identification of Historic Landscapes in Durham Project; Chris Blandford Associates|
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