Mr and Mrs Clarence Davis, a Penarth couple, drink a toast to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in 1970.

The photograph was taken in Gwent Ward, Sully Hospital. Pictured with them are Sister Ann Davies and Sister Olive England (centre).

Sully Hospital was a psychiatric hospital which was built between 1932 and 1936.

It was later converted into luxury apartments and remains a Grade II listed building.

The Art Deco building was established by the King Edward VII Welsh National Memorial Association to investigate and provide treatment for advanced lung diseases.

It later served as a general chest and heart treatment facility and had surgery wards and a maternity unit during the Second World War.

In 1993, the hospital began to offer residential psychiatric care until it closed down in 2001.

After remaining vacant for multiple years, the hospital building was converted into luxury apartments

Prior to its redevelopment in 2004, there was a campaign by local residents who opposed plans to use the building as a centre to house asylum seekers.

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