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Avon House

 

Avon House

July 1993

One of the Y Block developments constructed in the nineteen fifties. The three blocks were part of what was known as the Bath Row Development and so the names were all chosen with a Bath theme: Avon after the River flowing through Bath, Lansdown after the hill overlooking Bath, and Nash after Beau Nash the famous Bath society figure.

This image of Avon House shows the block before the new rendering work.

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Related Themes:
1946 - 1975 (Mid 20th Century)
1976 - 1999 (Late 20th Century)
Avon House
Lansdown House
Lee Bank
Nash House
Wynn Street

Image Credits:

Donor Ref: ' (67/8416)'
Source: Mr Butler, Ron; Mrs Hatton, Gwen; Ms Dyer, Angela ; Mrs Williams, May; Mr Sadler, Arthur; Mrs Abbotts, Janet; Ms Pearson, Rose; Mrs Ray, Dolly; Mrs Edwards, Pamela; Mrs Queen, Betty; Mr Smith, Ken; Ms Wagstaffe, Julia; Woodview Primary School; Ms Woolley, Carol; St Thomas's School; E.R. Mason Youth Centre; Mr Allen, Bernard; Mrs Russell, Gladys; Mrs Jones, Pat; Ms Maloney, Angela; St Thomas Old Scholars; Mr Bonham, Ken
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