The Laundry buildings are a huge collection of buildings with their own power supply and oil heating. It was built after the second world war to replace the old laundry which was turned into what is now known as the Central Stores. There are still several Singer sewing machines in the back rooms, where as the main laundry sorting room is huge but empty. At the rear, the workshop still have various parts in stock, but the real treat is the massive walk in freezer.

Description – Single storey range of attached blocks. The south west block is yellow sandstone masonry with ashlar dressing’: slated pitched roofs with patent glazed rooflights and red tiled ridges. The north east range of blocks have undecorated common brick walling with painted timber weatherboarding over; pitched roofs with pro-prietary mineral panel roof sheeting and valley gutters.

Footprint – GF: I ,627m’

Listed Status – N/A