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  1. Old Boys of Dunstable Grammar School - WW1 At present no image of this war memorial is available for online display. If you have a photograph of this war memorial, please upload it via our image upload form for inclusion on the Register. The image will be credited to yourself and free for reuse for non-commercial purposes by others under the IWM Non Commercial Licence.

  2. It was from Stephen (Tank) Matthews, someone I’d known at school some thirty odd years ago! It was the formation of the Friends Reunited website that was the start. My sister joined and the name ‘Sylvia Durnford’ rang a few bells in crusty old brains. Tank emailed her and asked if she had a brother who attended Dunstable Grammar School ...

  3. Dunstable Grammar School was a grammar school in the market town of Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England. Opened in 1888, it was closed in 1971.

  4. Dunstable School. Welcome to the website of Dunstable School. Most of the pages hold confidential information about members of DSOBA. Therefore we have restricted access to them to members only. Check us out on these Facebook pages: DSOBA GROUP. DSOBA page. Dunstable - Preserving the Past for the Future. Click in the rectangle in the centre ...

  5. The school was originally founded by philanthropist Frances Ashton in 1728 and became Dunstable Grammar School in 1888 when the grand Victorian building was opened, designed in the style of a large country house.

  6. 10 de abr. de 2015 · Opening as Dunstable Grammar School for Girls in 1959, the new Headmistress, Miss Christina Scott, can be seen in these original documents organising the name, crest and motto to take the school into...

  7. Grammar school. An aerial view of Dunstable Grammar School , apparently taken while a swimming gala was taking place in the school pool, seen just behind the main building. On the pool's left is the collection of classrooms in what became known for many years as the “new” building, and the school's gymnasium is towards the right.