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Latitude: 52.9595 / 52°57'34"N
Longitude: 0.5841 / 0°35'2"E
OS Eastings: 573665
OS Northings: 343366
OS Grid: TF736433
Mapcode National: GBR P2S.JGM
Mapcode Global: WHKP8.YW90
Entry Name: Thornham County Primary School
Listing Date: 20 September 1984
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1077906
English Heritage Legacy ID: 221291
Location: Thornham, King's Lynn and West Norfolk, Norfolk, PE36
District: King's Lynn and West Norfolk
Civil Parish: Thornham
Built-Up Area: Thornham
Traditional County: Norfolk
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk
Church of England Parish: Thornham All Saints
Church of England Diocese: Norwich
TF 73 43 THORNHAM HIGH STREET
8/109 Thornham County
Village school. 1858. Random coursed knapped flint with stone dressings,
fish-scale tiled roofs. East and west gable wings with cross wing perhaps
originally the school house; single and one and half storeys, H plan. High
Victorian Gothic. East and west gabled single storey school-room blocks with
large ecclesiastical style Geometric-Decorated style 3-light tracery windows
with hood moulds. Stone plinth and sill level string courses, stone quoins,
kneelers and coped parapets. Trefoil ventilation holes in gables, west gable
with 2 quatrefoil ventilation holes, east gable with 2 purlin iron heads in
same position. Returns with trefoil headed Gothic arched lights within
straight headed frames. Projecting single storey wings with boarded doors.
West range returns in flint with stone dressings, east range rendered. Cross
wing in centre with off-centre towered porch at junction with west range.
Tower with set-off angle buttress. 4-centred arch to door boarded with wrought
iron foliage tracery, quatrefoil window above, moulded brick eaves cornice.
Rectangular Mansarded fish scale tiled roof has hipped termination with open
wooden bellcote with leaded broach spirelet. Cross wing has ground floor 3-
light oak mullioned Gothic headed window casement, similar attic stonecoped
gabled half dormer both in stone frames. Ground level stone string course,
sill level string course of east and west ranges continued across centre
forming drip moulds to tower door and ground floor cross wing window. Crested
ridge tiles. 3 sets of gault brick stacks with stone copings, octagonal shafts:
3 on west range, 3 on centre, originally 3 now 2 surviving on east range.
East and west ranges with hexagonal section boarded open roofs with bosses
and ribs to interior.
Listing NGR: TF7366543366
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