Cambian Dilston College

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Cambian Dilston College
Established 1971 (1971)
Type Special further education
Principal Ms Nicola Moxon
Location Dilston Hall
NE45 5RJ
54°57′49″N 2°02′25″W / 54.9635°N 2.0404°W / 54.9635; -2.0404Coordinates: 54°57′49″N 2°02′25″W / 54.9635°N 2.0404°W / 54.9635; -2.0404
DfE URN 131868 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Mixed
Ages 16–25
Website Cambian Dilston College

Cambian Dilston College is an independent further education college for those with special educational needs. It is located at Dilston Hall in Corbridge in the English county of Northumberland.[1] The remains of Dilston Castle stand in its grounds.

Established in 1971, it was previously known as Mencap National College Dilston and was owned and operated by MENCAP. In June 2014 Mencap sold the college to Cambian Group PLC[2] and the college was renamed Cambian Dilston College.

Today the college provides further education for young people with learning disabilities, autism spectrum conditions and complex needs. The college offers day, short-break and outreach services, and up to 52-week residential placements for students.


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