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Hymers College

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Hymers College

Hymers College opened in 1893 as a school for boys on the site of the old Botanic Gardens of Hull. The Reverend John Hymers, Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge and Rector of Brandesburton, a village 10 miles north of the city of Hull, left money in his will for a school to be built “for the training of intelligence in whatever social rank of life it may be found among the vast and varied population of the town and port of Hull”.

Over a century on and Hymers College is a co-educational independent day school for pupils aged 8 to 18.

In the new sixth form dining facility, MCF provided a simple yet effective servery counter featuring a white Corian worktop, wood effect laminated fascia panelling and a stainless steel kick plinth. Dropped onto the worktop were our own chilled and heated display units. The back prep are featured a fully stainless steel preparation counter with fully lined storage cabinets, voids for under counter equipment and weld in sink bowls within localised anti-drip moulding.