Personal view of City College

New found confidence through learning

By Tony Hayoukane

I moved from London to Brighton because people are more accommodating and friendly. I feel secure, mentally and physically which I didn't feel in London. I have been able to move my life in various directions and am no longer agoraphobic.

I have been going to City College every year and can now interact with people. In Brighton, people have time for others. There is more space and it is less busy than London. I like living in Brighton.

Photo:Photograph of City College looking up at the tower block

Photograph of City College looking up at the tower block

Photo:Photograph of the City College from outside

Photograph of the City College from outside

From the Lesser Heard Voices project, 2003.
Interviewed for the website on 15.09.03
This page was added on 22/03/2006.
Comments about this page

See title page. I think it was completed before 1970, I started there in 1970, and it was already complete then, with no sign of any building work. I think it was probably completed late 1960s.

By Peter Groves (08/09/2010)

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