© Mr Peter Garratt
THE ORIGINALS SCHOOLS, LINDEN ROAD B30
BIRMINGHAM, BIRMINGHAM, WEST MIDLANDS
Mr Peter Garratt
27 August 2000
21 January 1970
Date of last amendment:
08 July 1982
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Bournville Infants' School
(formerly listed as The
SP 0481 SW 55/6 21.1.70
1910, by W Alexander Harvey. Red brick with some timber-framing and plaster;
tiled roof. A low irregular composition consisting essentially of 2 long parallel
blocks, that behind to the left of an asymmetrically linked to that in front. To
the left, tall Tudor-style chimneys and a cabled tidber-frAmd and plaster bay.
Then the symmetrical front block with tall windows, yet taller window whose hipped
roofs break into the roof and a central gabled timber-framed and plaster canted bay
window in the rhythm a:b:a:a:c:a:a:b:a. Modern additions at the back.