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Former South Eastern Railway offices, London

Distinctive character offices at risk from complete destruction

    Manningham Baths

    Uniquely intact Edwardian pool closed, future uncertain

      Cricket Pavilion, Bletchley

      Attractive pavilion repeatedly targeted by vandals and thieves

        Former YMCA building, Merthyr Tydfil

        Striking terracotta facade disguising the most appalling dereliction

          The Old Rectory, Columb Major

          Picturesque rectory filled with unique detail in need of urgent repairs

            Hammerton School, Ouseburn Road, Darnall, Sheffield

            Attractive old school unguarded and left to vandals

              The Victorian Society declares Manningham Pool a heritage crime scene

              The Victorian Society protests at the closure of Manningham Baths as the Grade II-listed Edwardian pool finally closes its doors to swimmers.

                Give Manningham Pool one last chance!

                That’s the plea from the Victorian Society in response to Bradford City Council’s announcement that Manningham Pool will close on Friday 8th July.

                  Tell Bradford Council why the pool must stay open!

                  The Victorian Society is calling on people to write to the leader of Bradford Council to explain why Manningham Pool is important to them.

                    Saturday free for all at threatened Bradford pool

                    Swimmers will have the opportunity to step back in time on Saturday at Bradford's historic Manningham pool when the Victorian Society offers them a chance to swim for free.

                      Historic London pool restored

                      Camberwell Baths in south London will officially re-open to the public this Saturday after the completion of the first stage of a £4.7 million restoration project.

                        Council urged not to close historic Bradford pool

                        Councillors in Bradford must vote to keep the city’s listed Edwardian swimming pool in use, according to the Victorian Society.

                          Former Moseley School of Art, Moseley Road, Birmingham

                          Distinguished building in the process of steady decay

                            Normansfield Hospital, Kingston Road, Teddington, Middlesex

                            Impressive private sanitorium in increasingly poor condition

                              The Grimsby Ice Factory, Gorton Street, The Docks, Grimsby

                              Key building from fishing's past derelict and at risk

                                Bradgate House Stables, Bradgate Hill, Groby, Leicestershire

                                Striking survival from a previous age in disastrous condition

                                  30 Euston Square, London

                                  Partly restored Neo-Grecian beauty under renewed threat from HS2

                                    The Unitarian Chapel, Upper Brook Street, Manchester

                                    An early Pugin chapel, roofless since 2005

                                      Old Fire Station, Court Road, Barry, South Wales

                                      Edwardian fire station in an appalling state

                                        Former Wedgwood Institute, Queen Street, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent

                                        Important historic building needing repair and a new use

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