The former Southwold Community Hospital building is being torn down to make way for a new community centre after a huge fundraising effort.
When the building closed in 2015 a group of locals were determined to save it but needed £800,000.
After a herculean fundraising effort by a group of locals, demolition work began on the town's old hospital site as part of a plan to turn it into a community hub rather than expensive new homes. However the site will incorporate nine new affordable homes.
Thanks to a combination of grants and selling community shares they've reached their target and the restoration has now started.
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For 30 years the physiotherphy department at Southwold Community hospital treated thousands of patients. By the end of the week a building that has been there for 116 years will cease to exist.
In its place will be a community centre including a cafe and creche and it will become the new home for the town's library. It is due to open in 2021.