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From Bluebell Arboretum 185 min
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Bus - 126
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From Batemans Brewery 169 min
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From Archaeological Dig 81 min
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What are the nearest stations to Vaughan Centre For Lifelong Learning?

  • The nearest stations to Vaughan Centre For Lifelong Learning are:
    • Regent Road, Southfields is 68 meters away, 1 min walk
    • Adventist Church, Leicester is 186 meters away, 3 min walk
    • Saxby Street, Leicester (2) is 268 meters away, 4 min walk
    • Saxby Street, Leicester is 287 meters away, 4 min walk
    • Granville Road, Leicester is 349 meters away, 5 min walk

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Vaughan Centre For Lifelong Learning
Vaughan Centre For Lifelong Learning Vaughan College was founded in 1862 to provide education for under-educated men in the centre of Leicester. Founded by Revd David Vaughan, it rapidly became a facility for broader adult education and self-improvement for men and women of the town. After 45 years using two town centre schools, in 1908 it moved into its own premises on Great Central Street. Merging with University College Leicester in 1929, it offered more undergraduate level adult education, including many part-time certificate courses and later a degree course. In 1962, with the demolition of its building, a new purpose-built college building was opened, integrated with Jewry Wall Museum and an archaeological site on St Nicholas Circle. In 2013 the university announced plans to close the city centre site, and move the teaching to its main campus, a move which lasted until 2016 when plans were announced for shutting the department altogether.
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