The future of Princess Diana’s childhood home on the Sandringham estate has been thrown into doubt after a charity cancelled its £2.3million revamp. The Leonard Cheshire charity has announced that it will no longer be operating Park House, which had been used as a hotel for the disabled, with the owners now searching for new tenants. The house was famously where Diana Spencer was born on July 1, 1961, when her family were renting it from the Queen. She continued living there until she was aged 14 in 1976 when she moved to her family’s stately home Althorp House after her father John inherited his title Earl Spencer. The future of Princess Diana’s childhood home (pictured) on the Sandringham estate has been thrown into doubt after a charity cancelled its £2.3million revamp The Leonard Cheshire charity has announced that it will no longer be operating Park House (interior pictured) which had been used as a hotel for the disabled The Queen gave Park House and its grounds to international disability charity Leonard Cheshire in 1983 and it opened as a hotel offering respite care for the disabled and their families four years later. The charity temporarily closed the facility in September last… Read full this story
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