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Sixth form college to open its doors for heritage event
6:35pm Monday 2nd September 2013 in News
A COLLEGE is to open its doors to the public as part of a national heritage event.
As part of the celebrations to mark the founding of its building 450 years ago, Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College (QE), in Vane Terrace, in Darlington, will take part in the National Heritage Open Weekend.
On Sunday, September 15, QE will be open to visitors from 10am and 2pm with tours, every half hour, taking in the historical parts of the college, as well as the new buildings that were built as part of a £3.5m development.
There will also be an exhibition of memorabilia in the library.
The college was established in 1970 on the site of the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, which was founded in the sixteenth century, possibly earlier.
Places on the tours are limited and should be booked in advance by calling 01325-46131 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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