Prime position

PUBLISHED: 10:25 21 August 2006 | UPDATED: 09:44 24 May 2010

RATHER than see Westcliff fall into decline, I am pleased it has been sold for re-development (Weston edition). It is a prime position. I was lucky enough to have been sent to Westcliff School by my parents, entering in the late 1930s and it stood me in

RATHER than see Westcliff fall into decline, I am pleased it has been sold for re-development (Weston edition). It is a prime position. I was lucky enough to have been sent to Westcliff School by my parents, entering in the late 1930s and it stood me in good stead for the future.Although Westcliff closed its doors in 1963, there is still an old girls association who meet every three-five years.Westcliff is part of Weston's heritage so I do hope the developers will still keep the name and also respect the design.AILSA BRENT - Albert Road, Weston


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