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17 South End, Tanyers, the British School, Bassingbourn

History of Tanyers

Listed Building:

Cottage,formerly the British School. Built for the non conformist community. Inscribed imposts ‘W WALTERS’, ‘BUILDER 1809’.

Samuel Dodkin (d.1808), a dissenter left an endownment for a school.


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