Forgot I'd got these
It was constructed at a cost of £10,000 as a memorial of Queen Victoria's jubilee and was urgently needed as the school had outgrown its current premises.
The site for the school was part of what was known as the Gank and had been donated by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.
It was unusual in that it varied by 32 feet and the building's design had to be adapted to utilise it, being constructed on several levels with entrances at King Street, Nelson Street and Church Stile.
After Broadfield School was closed down in 1989 it stood empty for a couple of years before being demolished to make way for the job centre/benefits office and a car park.
Three terracotta friezes which had been on the Nelson Street facade were preserved and kept in council storage.
above from (and more)-
where the college stood