This gallery contains photos of the Queen Elizabeth High School (QEHS) off Whetstone Bridge Road in Hexham. The school was the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEGS) when it moved here from the Fellside Site in 1965, renamed the Queen Elizabeth High School in 1977 when the 3-tier education system was introduced.
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The Fellsite site was the school’s home until 1965. The Hydro Gallery has photos of its pre-school hotel days as well as some related to QEHS. A gallery of photos of the 2020/2021 new build on the QEHS site has been assembled by DW Hartland. Click on a button below to open a gallery. (Note: the New Build Gallery will open in a separate tab in your browser.)
Northumberland County Council have a number of documents relating to the new build planning permission (listed building consent 19/03999/LBC) for the QEHS site. These documents include photos of the Hydro building and its interior.
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