About this website

This website is for the Alumni of what was Bretton Hall educational establishment. It closed in 2007 and at present, all enquiries about the College's academic work should be addressed to Leeds University.

This website is for everyone who has been touched and inspired by the creative powerhouse that was Bretton Hall and the website was launched after the ‘final’ big reunion of May 2007. 

Please help in its construction by sending us stories, photos and memories – get in touch via the Contacts page.

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Use the navigation menus above to go exploring - you'll find photos, memories and some fabulous historical gems.  As ever, please send us your comments, reminiscences and images, using the Contacts page.  

The date for the 2017 Reunion is the 13th May, again, at the Sculpture Park

If you're on Facebook you'll find our page there - (https://www.facebook.com/BrettonHallWebsite) and there are several very active groups - Bretton Hall College (https://www.facebook.com/groups/2204859213/), Bretton Hall Drama Alumni (https://www.facebook.com/groups/brettondrama/), Bretton Hall Music Alumni (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1487103984841347/), plus a couple of other groups set up for specific reunions.

If you would like to get involved editing a section of this website, then please use Contacts...


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Christmas 2016

New report by A Parker, Richard Flowerday and Mark Finch on the development of the Bretton Hall Site

Click here to read the report

Recent  Additions
1.   Latest  Reminiscence

Reminiscence of nonagenarian,  Gordon Curl - Tutor for Movement and Dance - 1954-60

Click here to read the Reminiscence

2.   Demolition Images

See the new section.  This will be regularly updated as additional images become available.



What happened to the little chapel on the grounds of Bretton Hall? I must have some photos of it somewhere (I graduated in '82). ... See MoreSee Less

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