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Main House

As the historic heart of Newton Park, Main House is a gathering space for both students and staff alike

Main House started life as a Georgian country house for the Langton family, constructed in 1762-65 according to the design of Stiff Leadbetter. The house later became the home base for the suffragist Lady Anna Gore-Langton, who used it as a seat for her activist work across Somerset and within the larger UK. 

At various times in its life, Main House has also been a World War I Red Cross Hospital and a teacher training college, before its converstion to Bath Spa's Newton Park campus later in the twentieth century. 

Today Main House acts as a central space for staff and administrative offices, but it also has shared student spaces, including:

  • The Gallery at East Wing Coffee
  • G13 - a dedicated quiet study space

If you'd like to use any of the facilities at Main House, please enquire at reception for further information.

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