Thurrock and Basildon College

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Thurrock and Basildon College
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Thurrock and Basildon College
Woodview Campus

Grays
,
Essex
,
RM16 2YR

England
Coordinates 51°29′07″N0°21′17″E / 51.48526°N 0.35483°E / 51.48526; 0.35483 Coordinates: 51°29′07″N0°21′17″E / 51.48526°N 0.35483°E / 51.48526; 0.35483
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TypeFurther education college
Closed2010
Local authorityThurrock
Department for Education URN 133436 Tables
Gender Coeducational
Age16+
Website http://www.tab.ac.uk

Thurrock and Basildon College was a further education college in Grays, Essex, England (Woodview Campus) and Basildon, Essex, England (Nethermayne Campus). [1] It was formed by the merger of Thurrock Technical College and Basildon College. The college merged with South East Essex College of Arts and Technology on 1 January 2010 to form South Essex College. [2]

The Nethermayne Campus of Basildon college opened on 13 September 1971. [3]

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References

  1. Thurrock and Basildon College, BBC News, 15 January 2009.
  2. Welcome to the College Archived 2010-01-08 at Archive.today , South Essex College, UK.
  3. "Basildon - A Chronological History - Basildon History" . Retrieved 28 November 2018.