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Photo: Rob Howard

The School House, Trumpington

The School house was designed by William Butterfield and is now a private house

Trumpington School late 1870s (Cambridgeshire Collection)

The Schoolmaster’s House, next to the Church School in Church Lane, was built in 1857. It was designed by acclaimed architect William Butterfield and constructed by L. Gray & Son, Cambridge.

The School House on Trumpington Local History Group website


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