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Report - Leeds Girls School, Leeds - January 2015



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It's been a while since my last explore so today we headed to Headingley.
It's so rare to see a place in such good condition. Great explore all in all so lets get straight to the pictures.

Hope you enjoy!

History (nabbed of another report)

Leeds Girls' High School (LGHS) was an independent, selective, fee-paying school for girls aged 3–18 founded in 1876 in Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.The Infant School (Rose Court) was situated on the large Senior School site on Headingley Lane, while the Junior School (Ford House) operated 1 mile (1.6 km) down the road in a converted mansion house. The Senior School building was built in the early 1900s, and efforts are currently being made to have the building listed. The fine oak wood panelling in the Assembly Hall detailed where Old Girls went to university on completion of their education at LGHS. The furniture within the Senior School Library was designed by Robert Thompson (The Mouseman), but was sold when the school moved to Alwoodley Gates (the Leeds Grammar School site). It merged with Leeds Grammar School in 2005 to form the Grammar School at Leeds.

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Excellent shots there like the angles you used make some photos look so much interesting..
 

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