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Haverigg Primary School


Haverigg Primary School is located on Atkinson Street in Haverigg. The school has about 170 pupils aged 4 to 11.[1] The school's lighthouse logo reflects their ongoing inolvement in the upkeep and renovation of the Hodbarrow Lighthouse. Children from the school also took part in a service rededicating Haverigg War Memorial during the Centenery of the First World war.

Haverigg Schools in Cumbria Hodbarrow Lighthouse
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Haverigg Primary School
- Official Website of Haverigg Primary School.

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Haverigg Primary School

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Millom's The Beggar's Theatre to Haverigg Primary School musical event
- The Mail: 19th May 2019. "HAVERIGG Primary School (HPS) are running an event at The Beggar's Theatre, in Millom. The event, Musical Fundraising Extravaganza, will start at 6.30pm ...

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Restored Cumbria village memorial marks sacrifices
- The Mail: 24th September 2015. "THE sacrifice of 44 men in two world wars was marked in a village today as its restored war memorial was re-dedicated and blessed. A ...

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Haverigg Primary School
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Hodbarrow Lighthouse
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Hodbarrow Lighthouse
- Overview Map Hodbarrow Lighthouse (also known as Haverigg Lighthouse) is built on the Hodbarrow Outer Barrier sea wall, near Haverigg. It was built by the Hodbarrow Mining Company in 1905. ...

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School URN: 112157
County: Cumbria
Post code: LA18 4HA
Grid ref: SD1592778778

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