Ystrad Hall was an independent school in Llangollen in North Wales, run by a company known as Care Concern Ltd. It was established as a school for handicapped pupils in the socially maladjusted category. The home opened in 1974 but closed down in 1981.
The home was investigated as part of the larger overall investigation into child abuse in North Wales as part of the Waterhouse Inquiry. Allegations were made by a number of former pupils there that they had suffered physical and sexual abuse by more than one of the staff members at Ystrad Hall. Since the report was published in 2000, many more people have come forward with their own allegations about the school.
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