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St Bridget's CofE School, Parton

St Bridget's Church of England School is located on Main Street in Parton. The voluntary controlled school has around 100 pupils aged 3 to 11.[1] The main school building dates from 1837, originally built as the School of Industry for girls and infants, which was established by Mary Robinson. At that time there was a separate School for boys, built and endowed by Joseph Williamson in 1818 - that old school building is now the Village Hall.[2]

Parton Schools in Cumbria Church of St Bridget, Moresby 1837
St Bridget's CofE. School
- Official Website of the school.

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St Bridget's CofE School - Parton
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Church of St Bridget, Moresby
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Church of St Bridget, Moresby
- Overview Map Street View St Bridget's is the parish church of Moresby, located near Moresby Hall, just north of Parton. The present church was built in 1822, replacing an earlier …


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School URN: 112296
Post code: CA28 6NY
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NX9796020536


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