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29 Barton Road, Red House, Shrubbery School

History of the Shrubbery School

1885:

Red House built; belonged to Gonville and Caius College

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1887:

Occupied by students of Newnham College, principal Miss Jane Lee

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1910-1940:

Mrs A Adam, Fellow of Girton College

Also living here at some point were Barbara Wootten, and Prof F Graham Smith, director of Jodrell Bank.

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1947:

Shrubbery School moves part of its school from 9 Hills Road

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