Inside derelict Leicestershire care home that has repeatedly been torched by arsonists
This is all that remains of an old care home near Market Bosworth after it was repeatedly wrecked by vandals and arsonists.
Hornsey Rise Memorial Home used to be home to 75 residents but shut in 2013.
It's since been declared unsafe, but that hasn't stopped vandals from wrecking the old building.
Now a student has decided to photograph the building as part of a project on abandonment and decay.
Student Teri Parker attends King Edward VI College studying A Level photography.
She told The Hinckley Times: "I had been there previously exploring the place and showing it to my friends into... read more
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