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  1. Dunstable Grammar School was a grammar school in the market town of Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England. Opened in 1888, it was closed in 1971. Dunstable Grammar School buildings, now used by Ashton Middle School. The site is now home to residential flats and apartments.

  2. Pages in category "People educated at Dunstable Grammar School" The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total. This list may not reflect recent changes .


    Welcome to the website of Dunstable School Old Boys' Association. On this site we shall try to keep you up to date with current events of DSOBA. (For historical information about the school click on the School link above)

  4. Dunstable Grammar School. School Reunions - year of '61. I received an email: “Are you the David Durnford who attended Dunstable Grammar School in the 1960’s? - I think I might Know you.” It was from Stephen (Tank) Matthews, someone I’d known at school some thirty odd years ago!

  5. Dunstable Grammar School emerged from the original Francis Ashton School and later Dunstable School. The School eventually went on to become Manshead Upper School. The development of the school and the events in its history will make up this section of the site.

  6. Dunstable Grammar School was built in 1887-94 in a Tudor style. The school was funded by the Frances Ashton Charity and catered for one hundred pupils, "the sons of professional men, tradesmen and others". There was also a headmaster's house, to include room for twenty boarders.

  7. The present-day school at Dunstable started life as the Ashton School (founded in 1888) and Dunstable School. The name changed to Dunstable Grammar-School, and then in 1974 it became Manshead Upper School a co-educational comprehensive.