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  • Artist's impression of The New 52-Week House at The Mulberry Bush

 

At the end of November 2016 we started to demolish the old cottages at the Mulberry Bush School to make way for our new 52-week house and accommodation for our volunteer students. The new building will be opened in 2018, but there’s a lot to be done before that, so you can see the progress here as we work towards completion of the new build:

The latest aerial photo of the new 52-week house

The initial demolition work commencing November 2016:

And this was the progress from Christmas 2016 to mid January:

Then January to February 2017:

February to March 2017:

March to April 2017:

April to May 2017:

May to June 2017:

June to July 2017:

July to August 2017:

August to September 2017:

September to October 2017:

 

We are filming the whole build with time-lapse photography, as well as aerial filming and stills photography, so that you can see how it is progressing. If you would like to be kept up to date with the build, please sign up to our mailing list (on the right hand side of this page) and we will send you updates.

 

 

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