School URN: 112125
List number: 1212899
List grade: 2
Post code: CA7 9PG
Grid ref: NY2554348156

Thomlinson Junior School, Wigton


Thomlinson Junior School is locted at The Goose Market, High Street, in Wigton. The school has roughly 230 students aged from 7 to 11. The school building dates from the late 18th century, originally built as a grand house called "The Flosh", later known as "Westmorland House". In 1898 school extensions were built by Oliver and Dodgson.[1] It probably replaced an earlier school on Market Hill from c.1730. Thomlinson Junior School is a Grade II listed building. 

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THOMLINSON JUNIOR SCHOOL
- "House called The Flosh, then Westmorland House, now school. Late C18 with extensive 1800-1807 alterations for and by John Westmorland and 1898 school extensions by Oliver and Dodgson (weathered inscription ...

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