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St. Wilfrid’s Centre, Preston

St Wilfrids Centre Preston

The building was originally designed as St Wilfrid’s School in around 1814 and has Grade 2 Listed Status. Before the NHS took a lease on the property to convert it into a Drug & Alcohol Centre, the property had been used for a number of other uses since the school closed.

The design for the conversion had to take into account and accommodate the historically important features, the most important of which were the cast iron columns, which were also utilised as gas pipes to provide gas lighting, together with timber folding screens on the ground and first floors.

St Wilfrids Centre Preston
St Wilfrids Centre Preston
St Wilfrids Centre Preston
St Wilfrids Centre Preston