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    Does anyone have photograph or any information regarding Arundel Avenue C of E School which was situated alongside a dairy called Battys. The school was demolished and became St.Hildas near Ullet Road. The school in Arundel Avenue had a Church of England Nun called Sister Vida as headmistress; she and other C of E nuns lived in St.Gabrials(a large house between Princes Park and Sefton Park).


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    Quote Originally Posted by vejomast View Post
    Does anyone have photograph or any information regarding Arundel Avenue C of E School which was situated alongside a dairy called Battys. The school was demolished and became St.Hildas near Ullet Road. The school in Arundel Avenue had a Church of England Nun called Sister Vida as headmistress; she and other C of E nuns lived in St.Gabrials(a large house between Princes Park and Sefton Park).
    See

    http://www.liverpool-schools.co.uk/html/st_hilda_s.html

    School foundation funded by the Horsfall family who were strong Anglo Catholics

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