North Warwickshire & Hinckley College
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The College of West Anglia has recently invested over £25m to improve the King's Lynn and Isle campuses, refurbishing several existing buildings as well as creating new, state-of-the-art technology centres in King's Lynn and Wisbech. Our Isle campus will be undergoing further redevelopment work, with a further £5.5m investment taking place with a completion date of summer 2015, whilst a new creative arts centre will open in King's Lynn during summer 2014.
King's Lynn Campus:
King's Lynn campus:
Creative arts centre - The former sports centre is undergoing a £2.5million refurbishment to become a state-of-the-art hub for the creative industries, including TV, film, performing arts and workshops for crafts, including ceramics. The centre is due to be completed for a summer 2014 opening.
Wisbech (Isle) campus:
New teaching centre - A new 1400m2 teaching centre with state-of-the-art teaching and IT facilities for a range of curriculum areas, including health & social care, hair & beauty and uniformed services will open in summer 2015. The building will also feature a new main entrance and reception area and a complete refurbishment of the existing A and B buildings, with the expansion of the restaurant, social areas and learning resource centre.