Western College, Bristol

Coordinates: 51°27′46″N 2°36′11″W / 51.4627°N 2.6031°W / 51.4627; -2.6031
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Western College, in Bristol, England, opened in 1906 as a theological college for the Congregational Union of England and Wales. The building was designed by the Bristol architect Henry Dare Bryan, and given Grade II* listing in 1966.[1] It closed in 1968, and the building was subsequently used as the HQ of the Southern Universities Joint Examination Board, and since 1993 as a medical practice.[2]


  1. ^ "WESTERN HOUSE, City of Bristol - 1207773 | Historic England". historicengland.org.uk.
  2. ^ "about us". www.thefamilypracticewesterncollege.nhs.uk.

51°27′46″N 2°36′11″W / 51.4627°N 2.6031°W / 51.4627; -2.6031