Lingering Look at Architecture – August: Schools

William White’s History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1883

A School Board was established here in 1874, and now consists of Messrs. C.W.H. Cozens-Hardy (chairman), George Haycock (vice-chairman), William Lown, James Fox, and Stephen Starling. Mr. E. Hudson is clerk. The Board now use what was formerly the British School, built in 1860 in the Elizabethan style, at a cost of £600. There is an attendance of 140 children.

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