The atmosphere was vibrant as students from their other Colleges showed off the skills they have developed and Founder and Executive Chair of the Ruskin Mill Trust, Aonghus Gordon, outlined the vision.
“Thank you to everyone who attended. We were delighted you were able to join us and look forward to staying in touch as we approach September when we will open our doors to our first students.
Thank you also to Mark Rogers, Chief Executive of the City Council, who welcomed us to Birmingham.”
As we transform the interior, creating facilities for our students, a public café and a space for arts and other community activities we are finding out about the building’s history.
If you would like to find out more and see the transformation of the Grade II Listed building into a new and vibrant college, you are welcome to join a scheduled guided tour on the dates shown below:
• Wednesday 13 May, 5-7pm
• Thursday 14 May, 10.00am-12.00pm
• Wednesday 17 June, 5-7pm
• Thursday 18 June, 10.00am-12.00pm
Email to book your place.