Holly Lodge Girls’ College, Liverpool
A college in Liverpool that started out as a large house and was subsequently extended. The college closed in 2015 and was used as a film set.
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Holly Lodge started out life in 1828 as a detached Georgian house in West Derby, Liverpool.
The house became part of Holly Lodge Girls’ College, and was in use until 2015 when a new college was built within the grounds. The building is due to be demolished to make way for nearly 60 new homes being built by Redrow. The site includes two Grade II listed buildings, Fremont and Sandheys – which will be saved as part of the proposals.
Since its closure, the buildings have been used for filming, including sets for a police station, a prison and a hospital. The sets comprise mainly corridors and only a few other rooms.