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Cheltenham College

Cheltenham College

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The earliest of Cheltenham's public schools, the Cheltenham Proprietary College for boys opened in St Georges Road in 1841.

The college moved to new buildings in Bath Road in 1843 where it remains to this day. Thirlestaine House in Bath Road, which belong to Lord Northwick, housed one of the nations most important collections of old masters. The house was sold to Cheltenham College in 1947.

The photograph shows part of the attractive grounds which are also the venue for the annual Cheltenham cricket festival. The college was also famously used as a setting for the film 'If'.