Nowt much can be done to change what has been done carelessly in the past, but the experiences, once realised, can inform the future. For those of you who understand our careful approach to maintenance and repair here, this is perhaps a reassurance that we are doing the right thing. Here’s one example of why.
More than just a redecoration, this one. Those familiar with the Bungalow will recognise that this 1960s one 3 bedroom, one bathroom house originally built for the Warden when Higham was a girl’s school, was hardly up to scratch for modern needs, although it did boast one advantage – that it offers the only ground
As ever, with an old building – an ours’ is nearly 200 years old – there have been challenges with our redecoration. Because we are stubbornly refusing to compromise and do things by halves, we are facing these challenges head-on. In the long run, it will cost less money, but in the short term, we
Our trusty old workhorse which takes students and tutors to some of the wonderful locations around the area on courses has had a bit of TLC! Our 2005 Peugeot Boxer Lightweight minibus, with under 60k on the clock still had plenty of life left in him and so, rather than waste money, we have given
The week commencing Monday 16th January 2017. 5,500 of you will receive a hard copy of the new brochure in the post that week – and nearly 300 new courses up till the end of September 2017 will be on the website from that date. If you wish to see an online version of the