Transcribed by unknown author unknown author
Edition: May 14, 1863 May 14, 1863
At Egremont- The Infant School at Egremont is finished, and was opened on Monday, the 4th int. The building stands in a large field at the north entrance of the town, belonging to THOMAS HARTLEY, Esq. MR. EAGLESFIELD, of Maryport, was the architect, and the school does him great credit. It is a beautiful structure and roomy, 44 feet long, and 22 feet broad, with ventilators, and every other convenience. The masonry was executed under the direction of MR. WM. FILBECK, stone mason; the joiner work by MESSRS. WM. THOMPSON and Son, joiners and cabinet makers; the painting and glazier's work by MR. MCCLELLAN, and they have all done their part in a praiseworthy manner.