The Gatehouse opens

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The Gatehouse opens

The Gatehouse was built to replace the old Warden’s lodge, and under the supervision ofRead More

The Gatehouse was built to replace the old Warden’s lodge, and under the supervision of Franciscan Monk, Brother Owen, was also used to house ‘Junior Residents’, young people arriving in London who it was felt would benefit from living in a supportive community. The first clod of soil in opening the Gatehouse was turned by the Prime Minister,Harold Wilson (pictured), and was officially opened by Dr Ramsey, the Archbishop of Canterbury, in 1967.