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Attingham Park - now and then

In September 2022 we will be marking 45 years since girls joined Concord College. We took a trip down memory lane this week with a visit to Attingham Park to see where it all started.
9 Mar 2022
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1970's Alumni
Attingham Park - then and now
Attingham Park - then and now

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