Lillesden School for Girls. Located in a quiet corner of rural Kent, England, the disused boarding school occupies the former Lillesden Estate Mansion, built in 1855 by banker Edward Lloyd who was co-founder of the Lloyd Entwistle & Co bank which ultimately became the National Westminster (Natwest). It has been abandoned since 1999.

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The Lillesden School for Girls is an abandoned boarding school in Kent. It was built in 1855 by Edward Lloyd and then closed in 1999.

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