| SJ 5621 5798|
| 3 August 1984|
+44 1829 260524
| School Lane, Bunbury, Cheshire, England|
School Ln, Bunbury, Tarporley CW6 9NR, UK
Gothic Revival architecture
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Bunbury Aldersey School is a Church of England primary school in School Lane, Bunbury, Cheshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building.
Bunbury Aldersey School Wikipedia
The school was built in 1874 and designed by the Chester architect John Douglas. It was built as a grammar school to replace a school nearer to Bunbury Church, which had been founded in 1594 by Thomas Aldersey. It later became a primary school.
The school is constructed in red brick on a sandstone plinth and has a slate roof. Its style is Gothic Revival, and it is built in one storey with five bays. The entrance bay projects forwards and its opening has a Tudor arch, over which is the date 1874 and shields containing inscriptions. Above this is a gable with a finial. On the roof are lucarnes and an octagonal slate turret.