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    Hey all, just had an update with the college. The land adjacent has now been sold and will be used as a carpark for the college to be used as flats. So come and get your photo's soon before the Yuppies move in.



    Off to the library tommorrow to have a looksee if they have the plans of the building and will try and take photo's of them and then get them posted here.
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    2nd Visit pics from today are up if anyone wants to have a look.

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    The art college was in the Newspaper last night.

    Basically the owners have now been given a certain amount of time to refurbish and renovate or they will put in place a compulsory purchase order do the work themselves and bill the company that owns it.
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