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Here a site of 17 acres was originally proposed for what was referred to as, Wrecclesham County Secondary School. Sketch plans were drawn by 1 June and 3 months later on 1 September, the working drawings were ready. The school now stands on what was a hop field. When the school opened in it was bounded on the south side where the playing fields are now by hop fields that were still in use.
On 4th March tenders to build the school were called for and on the 4th June it is noted in the records that the winner of the contract was C. A report dated 4th June shows that building work had commenced, with completion due by 27th March So the school was completed sometime between the 8th June and 16th September, which was the day it opened to the first pupils.
It depicts hops and hop leaves to represent the connection to hop growing in the area, castle battlements for Farnham Castle and at the bottom, the wavy lines of the River Wey. I wish to convey my thanks to the staff of The Surrey History Centre for helping me access the reports of Surrey County Council, which are reproduced, with their permission, on this site. The photos of the school, taken in , were kindly made available to me by David and Anthony Neal, sons of Mr J.
C Neal who was head of the building firm when the school was built. The other copies are ones that I have kept all these years. If anyone has issue 4 from March I would be very grateful if they would make it available to go on this site. Finally, thanks to Mr.
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