Honley Brockholes C of E School

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Originally built as a Sunday School in 1842, it became a day school c1846. The school was rebuilt in c1872 and again in 1887. Initially called National School, Brockholes Lane, it became known as Brockholes Church of England School from c1900. The Church of England Junior and Infants School, Brockholes Lane opened in new premises in 1968 to replace the old National School [the old premises being then used by the Brockholes Village Trust] The present name of the school is Brockholes C.E Junior and Infants School. The first recorded log book for this school is 1876.