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    Default Rutland College Campus - April 14


    Visited with Jacques J & Goldie87 last weekend before the bottle keepers cottage fairly good sized place extremely trashed by youths and metal thieves though still a lot of stuff about and few bits to see so was worth a nice sunday mooch :) pinched a bit of history off Goldie :D
    Originally called Rutland Sixth Form College, it was built on the site of the Rutland Girls Grammar School. It was incorporated into Tresham College in August 2000, after which its name changed to Rutland College. In 2009 Tresham Institute announced its intention to withdraw from the area, leaving the local community to find a new site and the capital to build a new 16-19 college. In November 2010 it was announced that the College would relocate to occupy the EEF Conference Centre in Barleythorpe in September 2012.



















































    Thanks for looking :)
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    Some brilliant shots of the place mate, very clear and crisp nicely done :)
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    Love the stopwatch clock, haven't seen one of those for years!

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    Nice report and photos!

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    I,m suprised the kiln is still there they aren,t cheap,this must have been a great place to be loads of space and light what a bonus.Thanks for sharing.

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    Great report and photos!
    thanks

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    Looks a lovely big site, brilliant shots, cheers for sharing! :)
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    This place was mint when I first visited last year. Completely smashed and trashed now.
    I think demo may happen soon for the new supermarket.
    Good shots :)
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