Infamous Nightclub May Get Historic Overhaul - 27 East

Infamous Nightclub May Get Historic Overhaul

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The Conscience Point boat house.  DANA SHAW

The Conscience Point boat house. DANA SHAW

The Conscience Point boat house.  DANA SHAW

The Conscience Point boat house. DANA SHAW

The Conscience Point boat house.  DANA SHAW

The Conscience Point boat house. DANA SHAW

The Conscience Point boat house.  DANA SHAW

The Conscience Point boat house. DANA SHAW

authorMichael Wright on Dec 4, 2013
Southampton Town has put out a request for bids to gut the former Conscience Point Inn nightclub in North Sea and shore up the building’s exterior, the first step in... more

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