Bexley College

Bexley College
Bexley College
London
DA17 6JA

www.bexley.ac.uk

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Bexley College was founded more than 100 years ago as the Erith Techical Institute, and it was opened to provide technical training for employees of the industrial businesses that were established at the turn of the twentieth century. Its North Kent Thameside location ensured that it has remained a key centre for education to the local population for many decades.



The current buildings were completed in the early 1970’s and most recently in 2003 a bespoke facility was opened for our Construction curriculum at Holly Hill which includes extensive workshops and teaching spaces. The New Erith Campus campus has been well maintained and substantial investment has been made to upgrade the premises thanks to generous funding from the DDA. Access platforms, wheelchair ramps and lifts to all floors (including the basement refectory) have been fitted. A new ramp bridge was opened this year that links parking from our accessible transport services to the main ground floor entrance.



All these services have greatly improved the building (particularly given its age and original design limitations), and we are delighted to have been asked by DisabledGo-Education to promote our facilities. Bexley College are committed to removing barriers to education for everyone who has the desire to undertake further education.



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