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Report - The City Of Leicester College - December 2013

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by RichPDG, Dec 8, 2013.

  1. RichPDG

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    It used to be the City Boys' School which was founded in 1920 in buildings on East Bond Street. In 1928 the school moved to Humberstone Gate in the former buildings of the Wyggeston Hospital Girls School, built in 1878, which moved to a site in Regent Road now the Regent College sixth form. After 1944 it became City of Leicester Boys' Grammar School. After 1966 when the grammar school left, the former building on Humberstone Gate was used by Charles Keene College for a few years and is now Leicester headquarters of Age Concern, the school then moved to Downing Drive and situated on the current Wyvern side of the building as the Gill side used to be a different school and the school is joined together containing both the old buildings from Gill and Wyvern with a mix of new buildings such as the new shared sports hall and music/ design blocks.

    A big thanks to Deranged09 for a few tips and a heads up!

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    The full set can be found if you click here

    Thanks for reading!​
     

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