Grammar School

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Re-roofing the Grammar School in 1910

  • BCA - 2019.1798
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  • 1910

The Grammar School in Church View, close to St Mary's, had a new roof in 2010. Arthur Plaster is the person highest up on the roof and he came from a long line of carpenters.John Tanner is to the right, Alfred Collett to the left.It's n...

Bampton Community Archive

Downton cash helps keep village library open

  • BCA - 2017.1117
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  • May 1st 2014

Robin Shuckburgh and Jane Wallis, from Bampton Library’s support team, with parish councillor Joanna Downing at the library.DOWNTON Abbey has brought prestige, glamour and tourists to the village of Bampton – and has helped keep paid staff at the ...

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Building the scene for the first series of Downton Abbey. May 2010

  • BCA - 2017.942
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  • May 2010

In May 2010 Carnival Films created the scenery for filming the first series of Downton Abbey around St Mary The Virgin Church, Church Green and the Old Grammar School in Bampton. There was a wonderful fun fair created including a full sized helte...

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Floorboard from the old Grammar School

  • BCA - 2017.894
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  • 1914

When work was being done around one of the windows upstairs in the Grammar School in Church View, the builder Drew Warren saw writing on one piece of floorboard and thoughtfully passed it on to David Pullman who gave it to the Archive to record. ...

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History of Bampton Grammar School by Lloyd Hughes Owens

  • BCA - 2017.680
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  • 1974

This is a history of Bampton Grammar School written by Lloyd Hughes Owens. He was the last headmaster of the National School in Church View and was keen to collect and write down the history of as many aspects of Bampton as possible.

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