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The Duke of Portland opens the extension to Worksop College in 1931

Video footage of the Duke of Portland opening the new extension of Worksop College in 1931 which took three years to complete and cost £40,000 at the time.

Video footage of the Duke of Portland opening the new extension of Worksop College in 1931 which took three years to complete and cost £40,000 at the time. The South entrance, as it is known now, is a stunning part of the school that has been used for many different purposes, including hundreds of school photographs!

 

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