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From ragged school to comprehensive

£29.99

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'The district around North Westminster Community school, near Edgewear road, has been trampled by history. Travellers on Roman Watling street (our Harrow Road), on the prehistoric Harrow Road, and on modern Westway, all criss-cross at this point it has always been an area of great movement and activity. Then from 1949 to 1980 a pall of sleep feel on one part of it. The strech along Bell Street, which is bounded by Penfold Street, Broadley Street and Cosway street was designated as an 'educational campus' where a grand new school would be built.'

Item details

Author(s):
Whitehead, Jack
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1998
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0950936286
ISBN-13:
9780950936284
Number of pages:
64
Publisher:
North Westminster Community School
Title:
From ragged school to comprehensive, a brief history of the Marylebone Lower House area

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'The district around North Westminster Community school, near Edgewear road, has been trampled by history. Travellers on Roman Watling street (our Harrow Road), on the prehistoric Harrow Road, and on modern Westway, all criss-cross at this point it has always been an area of great movement and activity. Then from 1949 to 1980 a pall of sleep feel on one part of it. The strech along Bell Street, which is bounded by Penfold Street, Broadley Street and Cosway street was designated as an 'educational campus' where a grand new school would be built.'

Author(s):
Whitehead, Jack
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1998
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0950936286
ISBN-13:
9780950936284
Number of pages:
64
Publisher:
North Westminster Community School
Title:
From ragged school to comprehensive, a brief history of the Marylebone Lower House area

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