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National School Building, The Ham, 1997

Fay Twydell has provided this photo from 1997.

This was originally a charity school for boys, built in 1815 in The Ham on land granted by Colonel Clitherow. It became the National School for New Brentford in 1835 (see 'Brentford Past' by Gillian Clegg for more details of this and other Brentford schools). The plaque can be seen in another of Fay's photos.

Brick building with 5 windows

See other photos provided by Fay dating from 1997.

Published April 2011