Keswick Hall College of Education

                                             Norwich, Norfolk  


Welcome to the Keswick Hall

College of Education website 

Keswick Hall, south of Norwich, Norfolk , nestling in beautiful lush parkland, was the educational portal through which generations of students passed en route to becoming inspiring and influential school teachers.

The building, originally the property of the Gurney family, became the home of the former Norwich Teacher Training College from 1948 until enforced closure in 1981.

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Saturday 21st May 2022

 at 2pm at St Andrew's Church, Eaton, Norwich


1969-72 50 year Reunion

 The 50 year reunion of the 1969-72 cohort on Saturday May 18th 2019 was a great success.The evening featured a PowerPoint including dozens of photos of the 69-72 students, the college at the time as well as the building today. It brought back many happy memories back. Copies of the presentation are available on CD: contact for details.

The next annual reunion, for ALL ex students, will be on 21st May 2022 at St Andrew's Church, Eaton, Norwich. Everyone is invited to the reunion in the church at 2 pm. The Old Students' Club short AGM will follow the service. The afternoon will be rounded off with refreshments.

Memories, stories and  photographs of college days are welcome.

Please send them to the email addresses below.

Now available: The complete Story of Keswick Hall 1839-1981 (the history of Norwich Training College and Keswick Hall College of Education) by Jack Bull.

Go to: top menu - Articles relating to Keswick Hall - top article: 1839-1981 The story of Keswick Hall by Jack Bull. Download of the entire book is possible.