The tour of the old school goes on

HERE are some more pictures of the former Regents Theological College before it moved to Malvern, taken by local historian, Andrew Lamberton.

 

A view of the gardens looking east

 

One of the original buildings of the school

   
The front of the Grove with its link to the college building, showing three ages of bricks  
   

Narrow windows in a bedroom. These may have been original

 

The swimming pool, dedicated to Captain David Hirsch VC

 

A corridor in the main block of the college stretches away into the distance

First page of college pictures | Old Nantwich Pictures No 9 | The Regents Theological College website

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