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AYSGARTH SCHOOL

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A boys preparatory school built in 1890, the school was founded in 1877 but was originally on a different site. The buildings were designed by Clark and Moscrop and consisted of the main school building, a water tower, a pool and engine house, a sanitorium (also known as the West Lodge), the main entrance lodge, a hostel for the un-married masters, stables and service buildings, and a chapel. The site also influded a Fives Courts, a walled garden and a cricket paviliion was added in 1927. The school was largely rebuilt following a fire in 1933.

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