1901 – Bournemouth Schools, Hampshire

Architect: Creek, Sifford & Oakley


“This school has been built at a cost of £9,000 by funds provided by the Bournemouth Corporation aided by a grant from the County Council of Hampshire. It is a secondary school and has accommodation for technical subjects, the minor school being a municipal feature. The building is executed in Milton red – faced brick, with Portland stone dressings, and covered with dun Broseley tiles. The work has been carried out by Messrs George and Harding, contractors, of Bournemouth, from the designs and under the supervision of Messrs. Creek, Gifford, and Oakley, also of Bournemouth.” Published in The Building News, March 5 1901.

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