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Otterburn First School


Otterburn First School is located off the A696 road, just under a mile north-west of Otterburn. It was formerly called Otterburn County First School. Northumberland Archives note this was previously an all age school, which opened in 1872.[1] In the 1930’s the buildings here were extended to provide a hall, kitchen, more and larger classrooms, for infants, juniors and seniors. Another source mentions the school was originally established in the early 1800’s as Lady Murray’s School, built to serve the people of Otterburn Hall Estate.[2

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Otterburn County First school
- Title: OTTERBURN COUNTY FIRST SCHOOL Date: 1872-1966 Held by: Northumberland Archives Background: A school opened in 1872 as an all age village school

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School URN: 122215
Post code: NE19 1JF
Grid ref: NY874937

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