Wyggeston Girls' School, in the centre of Leicester, was constructed by Leicester Corporation out of pre-cast concrete panels. It had 7 entrances on the western side. After the war it was used by the local fire brigade for training and demolished in March 2013.
Before its destruction, archaeologists from Leicester University recorded the structure and a Sub Brit visit took place. Artefacts remaining at that time included gas curtain surrounds, an emergency exit ladder and some well-preserved original signage.