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UNION  STREET  INFANT  SCHOOL

 

Was erected in 1860, at the cost of Mrs Feilde, a benevolent lady residing in the neighbourhood, and was intended for the education of the poor children in that populous district. 

After completion of the building the possession of it was handed over by Mrs Feilde to the Incumbent of the parish of High Harrogate, under whose charge it now remains.



 
 
 

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