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Report - Yorkshire Martyrs Catholic College, Bradford - May 2017


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Yorkshire Martyrs Catholic College, in Westgate Hill Street, Tong closed in the summer of 2010 and left behind a 49-year legacy. The school came into being in the form of a boys school, Cardinal Hinsley Grammar, and a girls school, Margaret Clitherow Grammar, in 1961.

The girls’ school was initially run at a villa at St Joseph’s College and the boys’ school opened as an annexe to St Bede’s in an abandoned primary school in Thornton. Three years later the schools moved on to the existing site of Yorkshire Martyrs. A joint sixth-form centre opened in 1974 before a merger seven years later.
















28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
Nice one you going back let me know
i don't think i'll be going back here, other than the pool there's not much else to see


28DL Regular User
Regular User
It looked like the main three storey building is burned to a crisp. Spotted it this lunchtime as I work down the road. Might see if I can get some pics in and do a then and now report..
It's going to be a bleak comparison but go for it!


28DL Full Member
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Is the building easily accessible? have been debating going here for a while for a project I am doing for a course
It’s very easily accessible but since the fire it has turned to ruins, I went in mid July and it was a great experience, got some good memories and such a shame to see idiots destroy history but I might go have a look again, might be the last time before it’s finally demolished or burnt to the ground.

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