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Showing the rear of Heptonstall Grammar School, now the home of Heptonstall Museum. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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In 1626 Charles Greenwood, Rector of Thornhill Church, purchased the sub-manor of Heptonstall from Sir Arthur Ingram for £500. He founded Heptonstall Grammar School in 1642 to be maintained by rents from property in Colden (still known as School…

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In 1626 Charles Greenwood, Rector of Thornhill Church, purchased the sub-manor of Heptonstall from Sir Arthur Ingram for £500. He founded Heptonstall Grammar School in 1642 to be maintained by rents from property in Colden (still known as School…

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Located in Churchyard Bottom, the school, seen here through the arch of the Great North Gate, was endowed in 1642 by a legacy of the Rev. Charles Greenwood, Rector of Thornhill and Lord of the Manor of Heptonstall. The school was rebuilt in 1771 and…
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