Purchase the book “Grey Friars – Colchester’s Forgotten Corner”

TO BUY THE BOOK (at a shop, by post or by email):

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AT A SHOP: Go toRed Lion Books, 125 High St., Colchester, Essex CO1 1SZ    Email: us@redlionbooks.co.uk     Phone:  01206 578 584    Website: www.redlionbooks.co.uk

Featuring our latest publication as their ‘book of the week’ in local press, Red Lion Books said:  “Grey Friars, the building at the top of East Hill is known and loved by many Colcestrians. For many years a flourishing centre for Adult Education, it previously housed Colchester County High School for nearly 40 years. Originally built in 1755 by the Rev John Halls as an elegant Georgian town house, the building has had fascinating succession of occupants including merchants, horticulturalists and army officers. In 1903 the connection with education began when the Sisters of Nazareth established a convent and school in the building.  The book also explores the early history of the Grey Friars site from the Roman era to the establishment of the original Franciscan Friary in the 13th century. This combination of background history of the area, together with lovingly described and illustrated architectural details of the current building, make this book a must for all lovers of Colchester’s history.” Twitter: @RedLionBooks       Facebook: Red Lion Books 

LOCALLY – on the actual ‘Grey Friars’ site: Go to … The Foresters Arms, Castle Road, Colchester    Phone: 01206 542646

BY POST: Send a cheque for £10 per book (post free) payable to ”Learning Never Stops” to: Access Books, Willow Cottage, Staffords Corner, Colchester CO5 7RP being sure to include your name and full address including postcode (and preferably a telephone number in case of difficulty).

In case of difficulty email:   access.books@btinternet.com

Why not check out our other books … … We also have (below, left) the book about the college and its people, intriguing stories of learners and educators; (centre) the book about CCHS in Colchester – packed with photographs; (right) a novel remembering childhood by a former Grey Friars student … please click on ‘VIEW PUBLICATIONS’ above for details

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… and not forgetting our policy paper on adult learning (free to download using link below)

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click to download in pdf > CALCAG Strategy for an inclusive student profile