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  1. 15/08/2022 · Prince Henry's Grammar School, Ashfield Primary School, Wharfemeadows Playground, Cafe and Park by the beautiful River Wharfe, are all within walking distance. The market town of Otley provides a variety of pubs, eateries, and individual shops making this a thriving and friendly community town.

  2. Doncaster Grammar School now Hall Cross School, (first record of existence 1350) Beauchamp College (first record of existence 1359) Westminster School (first record of existence 1371, Royal charter 1541 and 1560) Prince Henry's High School (c. 1376, refounded 1605) New College School (1379) Wisbech Grammar School (1379, Royal charter 1549)

  3. 06/09/2022 · Otley 2030 and Otley Energy first teamed up with Solar for Schools in October 2020 to install solar panels on Otley Library and Community Hub, as well as Prince Henry’s Grammar School and All Saints Primary school. This was the first time (and only time to date) that Solar for Schools have installed solar panels on a non-school building.

  4. 21/09/2022 · In 2019, Otley 2030 - a community group working to develop a climate and sustainability plan for the town - worked in collaboration with Solar for Schools to install solar panels on the Otley Library roof, as well as Prince Henry’s Grammar School and All Saints Primary School.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Mark_StanleyMark Stanley - Wikipedia

    Early life and education. Stanley was born in Leeds.He attended Allerton High School and Prince Henry's Grammar School, Otley, where he began acting. He later graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2010.

  6. 01/09/2022 · Highly regarded primary schools and the outstanding Prince Henry's Grammar School are found within the town itself, together with a lovely mix of popular branded stores a fantastic array of independently run shops, making Otley a very popular and pleasant town in which to live.

  7. Thomas Chippendale (né probablement à Otley dans le Yorkshire en 1718 et mort à Hoxton en Londres en 1779) est un ébéniste et un créateur de meubles anglais dans des styles georgien, rococo anglais et néoclassique.