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Warninglid school
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Warninglid school

Warninglid school has had several building improvements over the years but the general appearance is much the same today.
In 1878 the school in Slaugham closed and the pupils were transferred to new schools at Handcross or Warninglid. The school at Warninglid may have been new, but was not always very comfortable as the school log book of 18th January 1881 notes that “Weather so severe all ink in school frozen”. Hardly conducent to teaching or learning!
Picture added on 20 February 2014 at 19:47
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