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© Mr Neville Broadbent

IoE Number: 277955
Photographer: Mr Neville Broadbent
Date Photographed: 17 June 2007
Date listed: 09 February 1978
Date of last amendment: 09 February 1978
Grade II

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LION ROAD5377GlemsfordGlemsford CountyPrimary SchoolTL 8248 18/160

LION ROAD 1. 5377 Glemsford Glemsford County Primary School TL 8248 18/160 II 2. A late C19 red brick building with grey brick dressings and stone coping to the gables. Built circa 1895 as an Urban District Office and later used as a School. Partly 1 storey and partly 2 storeys. There is an elaborate clock tower and entrance at the north-east end with 3 window range above the entrance, casements with pointed arches. The tower is surmounted by a cruciform slate roof gabled on each front and with a clock face on the front. There are 5 gables to the left of the tower and 1 gable to the right, each with 2 pointed arched windows. At the south-west end there is a double gabled wing with modern windows inset. The roof is slate ornamented with lighter grey slate bands and with ornamental crest tiles.

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