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Joe Treasure CGS 1965-1972

Green Socks Don't Suit the Building : architectural memories of Cheltenham Grammar School 1965-72
14 Apr 2023
Written by Joe Treasure
CGS
View of CGS taken from the small Hall looking south showing the Library
View of CGS taken from the small Hall looking south showing the Library

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