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|Weybridge, Surrey, England
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In August 2007 Brooklands merged with Spelthorne College in Ashford. The Weybridge campus is in the grounds of Hugh F. Locke King's historic mansion at Brooklands; the Ashford campus is on Ashford's High Street.
The college provides courses for those leaving school after GCSEs, vocational subjects, A-levels, apprenticeships, and professional courses for adults including foundation degrees.
There are approximately 5,000 students attending the college; of these about 2,500 are full-time.
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- Gary Numan, musician
- Martin Freeman Actor
- Arthur Palmer, Labour MP from 1945-50 for Wimbledon, from 1952-9 for Cleveland, from 1964-74 for Bristol Central, and from 1974-83 for Bristol North East
- Irene Thomas
- Norman Willis, General Secretary from 1984-93 of the TUC
- Robert Evans (politician), Labour MEP for London 1994-2009
- Wendy Smith-Sly, athlete who competed mainly in the 3,000 metres. Silver medallist at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles; 1983 World Champion in the World 10km road race championship.
In popular culture
- The 2007 film, "I Want Candy" starring Carmen Electra was filmed at Brooklands College.
- Pop Punk band "You Me at Six" was formed from students at Brooklands College.
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