Joyce Grove

Joyce Grove is a country house Jacobean style manor estate in Nettlebed, Oxfordshire, England.wikipedia
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Charles Edward Mallows

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Completed in 1908, Joyce Grove Mansion is a large Jacobean style building designed by famous landscape architect Charles Edward Mallows (1864–1915) for Robert Fleming (1845–1933), founder of Robert Fleming and Co. merchant bank.
He also designed Joyce Grove in Oxfordshire for Robert Fleming between 1903 and 1908.

The Imitation Game

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In the 2013 movie The Imitation Game, about World War II code breaker Alan Turing, Joyce Grove was used for exterior shots of Bletchley Park.
Other locations included towns in England such as Nettlebed (Joyce Grove in Oxfordshire) and Chesham (Buckinghamshire).

Sue Ryder (charity)

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Sue Ryder Charity purchased Joyce Grove mansion and estate from St Mary's and opened Joyce Grove as the Nettlebed Palliative Care Hospice, in 1979.
Joyce Grove, Nettlebed, Henley-on-Thames - palliative care

Nettlebed

Joyce Grove is a country house Jacobean style manor estate in Nettlebed, Oxfordshire, England.

Oxfordshire

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Joyce Grove is a country house Jacobean style manor estate in Nettlebed, Oxfordshire, England.

Robert Fleming (financier)

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Completed in 1908, Joyce Grove Mansion is a large Jacobean style building designed by famous landscape architect Charles Edward Mallows (1864–1915) for Robert Fleming (1845–1933), founder of Robert Fleming and Co. merchant bank.

Robert Fleming & Co.

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Completed in 1908, Joyce Grove Mansion is a large Jacobean style building designed by famous landscape architect Charles Edward Mallows (1864–1915) for Robert Fleming (1845–1933), founder of Robert Fleming and Co. merchant bank.

Listed building

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Joyce Grove is listed Grade II on the National Heritage List for England.

George Joyce

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As early as 1637 Joyce Grove, named for Cornet George Joyce, was sold to James Thompson of Wallingford.

Bath stone

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The main construction material was red brick with Bath stone dressings.

Peter Fleming (writer)

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In 1937, Philip gave Joyce Grove to Peter Fleming, his nephew.

St Mary's Hospital, London

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The next year, Peter donated it to St Mary's Hospital, who used it as a convalescent home.

Royal Berkshire Hospital

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By the 1950s, St Mary's Hospital had partnered with Royal Berkshire Hospital to train nurses at Joyce Grove.

Henley-on-Thames

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In November 2011 Sue Ryder Charity announced that the hospice was for sale and that they intended to vacate the building in 2013 when palliative care was to be transferred to Townlands Community Hospital in Henley-on-Thames.

National Health Service

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However, the project was delayed due to the re-structure of the NHS, so the transfer of palliative services are now scheduled to take place in May 2016.

Alan Turing

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In the 2013 movie The Imitation Game, about World War II code breaker Alan Turing, Joyce Grove was used for exterior shots of Bletchley Park.

P. G. Wodehouse locations

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In the Jeeves and Wooster television series, Deverill Hall was filmed at Joyce Grove.

Jeeves and Wooster

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Deverill Hall ("Right Ho, Jeeves") was filmed at Joyce Grove, Oxfordshire.