National School, Green End, Meltham

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Details

  • appears on maps: 1904 [#104]
  • location on map: Green End (now Greens End Road), Meltham
  • status: partially still exists but now in different use
  • category: school (two separate buildings)
  • architect: John Kirk & Sons

Built in 1868 on land purchased by Charles Brook to replace the previous National School. The school was designed by Huddersfield architects John Kirk & Sons and built by Meltham stonemasons Messrs. George Moorhouse & Co.[1]

Later extended with an Infants School (now demolished).

Currently in use as Meltham Parish Church Hall.

Further Reading

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Notes and References

  1. "Opening of the Meltham Church Memorial Schools" in Huddersfield Chronicle (18/Jan/1868). Many of the other tradesmen were local: joiner William Myers (Meltham), plasterer James Wilkinson (Holt Head), plumber & glazier Francis Drake (Meltham), painters J. Preston & Sons (Meltham), blacksmith E. Pogson (Meltham).

National School, Green End, Meltham

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This page was last modified on 24 October 2017 and has been edited by Dave Pattern.

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