Thornhill Grammar School

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Thornhill Grammar School was a school between Thornhill, West Yorkshire and Dewsbury. The building is dated 1643 and now disused. It was built with money bequeathed by Charles Greenwood, Rector of Thornhill. The rear part was built as a copy in 1884. It is a grade II listed building. [1]

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References

  1. "Former Thornhill Grammar School 69, Dewsbury". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 8 May 2011.

Coordinates: 53°39′57″N1°37′15″W / 53.6659°N 1.6208°W / 53.6659; -1.6208

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