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UK North Leamington School (visited Jan 2015)

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North Leamington School, Cloister Way buildings

Visited Jan 2015

The Lower School here was closed in 2009 when a modern replacement school opened on one site nearby. Planning for housing and a new residential home was given in 2009 but both seem to be in limbo at the moment. The site is now very badly damaged by vandals and the elements but still has some lights on...

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Thanks for posting josymo, as SK has said your photos need to be bigger. Click on each pic on flickr, then click the share button, select BB Code and select Large (1024 x 681). Copy and paste the links into your report then remove all text before the first %7Boption%7D and after the second %7Boption%7D. I've also edited out the exact date of your visit to prevent anyone trying to associate you with any vandalism or breakages that may have taken place at the location :thumb

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