PHYSICAL FORM - 1
In the centre of the park there’s a stone wall asremaining of the perimeter of the former All SaintsChurch, demolished in 1949 following bomb damagedduring the blitz of 1940. The majority of the surroundingchurchyard, now the park, was used as a
and it’s said to contain the remains of 16.500 peopleburied there during the 19th. century. Being part of All Saints Campus, the square issurrounded by the University buildings, most of them of historical importance, the oldest being the former Medlock Town Hall, built in 1831, of which only thefaçade remains, and side by side the Grosvenor Building, the only one which still being used for itsoriginal purpose.Another interesting architecture examples are, theOrmond Building, from 1881, now used as office for theFaculty of Art & Design, and most recent, the All SaintsBuilding, from 1977, by Sheppard Robson Partners,remodelled and enlarged in 1994-96 to better accommodate the Library of this Faculty.