The Old School in Old Warden was originally designed and constructed in 1874-75 by Henry Clutton, an architect of the time for the Shuttleworth Estate. It was given Grade II listed status in March 1985. It is of yellow brick construction detailed with stone dressings under a clay tiled roof incorporating a square Bellcote with working bell. It is one of a small number of privately owned properties in the village and ceased being a school in the 1980s. See full details on our website
Generational wealth. My parents ain’t have sh*t, so that shift starts with me
“Simple is better.”
I’m gonna be honest and say that I don’t believe in this quote everytime. For me you need to have a balance in life, not always simple, not always extra. You have to enjoy the simplicity and enjoy the exaggeration of things. This is just my opinion
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