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UK Westwood School, Blithbury Aug 2016

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Visited on the way up north with OverArch, this was a quick stop off on the way to 'better' things (although given how the next day turned out that is debatable...)

 

Westwood School was once a specialist residential school for autistic children, it closed around 2002. There has been a new school built next door but with it being the summer holidays right now there wasn't much activity there. It's basically a collection of about ten wooden cabins of various sizes that contain classrooms, halls and other stuff, so we had a half hour run around before making our way out.

 

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What is going on with the colours... My eyes hurt. That ivy coming in is nice, like to see nature reclaiming its own ground. Some nice little bits left, I like that wall with the paintings on :thumb 

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