Lambeth College

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Lambeth College

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        Lambeth College was formed in June 1992 by the London Borough of Lambeth, and comprised the former Brixton, South London and Vauxhall Colleges. In 2019 the College became part of South Bank Colleges, managed by London South Bank University.

        Brixton College had premises in Barrington Road and Ferndale Road, Brixton.
        South London College had premises at Knights Hill, Tower Bridge and leased facilities for horticulture at the Honor Oak Training Centre.
        Vauxhall College had premsises at Belmore Street, Springfield, Kennington and Deeley Road.
        The newly incorporated College inherited part of the former Henry Thornton School, Clapham Common which has been mothballed since 1986. Work was completed on the building in 19994, and the Barrington Road and Kennington sites were closed.


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