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Institute for the Deaf

The building was formerly the Congregational Institute (see NTGM005523), designed by the prolific Nottingham architect; T C Hine. Thomas Chambers Hine was born in London in 1813, the eldest son of hosiery manufacturer Jonathan Hine. In 1834, Hine completed his architecture training in London and moved to Nottingham. In 1848, he won a national competition to design a pair of agricultural workers' c…