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Report - Bramcote Lorne School, March 12

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Midnightman, Mar 22, 2012.

  1. Midnightman

    Midnightman Lets find out!
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    Worked in here 18 months ago and didn’t have a camera, went for visit other day but still alarmed with night secca. Got a few pics before being ask to leave by the nosey man whos still lives (been told hes sqautting) in a house within the grounds.

    Bramcote Lorne School in Retford, will shut at the end of this term (2009) after failing to attract enough pupils to remain open. Bramcote Lorne is a day and boarding school for pupils aged three months to 13 years of age. The school is part of United Church Schools Trust, the country’s biggest academy sponsor.

    Approximately 5,040 m² (54,250) of buildings situated in an attractive circa 8.65 hectare (21.39 acre) site. Most recently occupied and operated as an independent school (for day pupils and boarders), the property comprises the original Gamston House which is understood to date from the end of the 18th century has been extended and improved to include purpose built teaching space with additional accommodation including school hall, kitchens, laundry, staff accommodation and ancillary space. Situated in an attractive parkland location containing many mature trees, the staff accommodation includes a modern detached house used by the Head Teacher, Deputy Head's Cottage, a pair of semi-detached houses and a separate flat within Gamston House. Set in extensive grounds, the school had its own extensive sports facilities including playing fields and tennis courts. We are advised the main building (Gamston House) is Grade ll Listed. We understand the 20th Century additions are not part of the listing, nor are any of the other buildings on the site.

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    Just a selected few, thanks for looking.
     

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