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Description: Old Grammer School
The Shakespeare Centre
Date Listed: 8 May 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 186468
OS Grid Reference: SK8611208967
OS Grid Coordinates: 486112, 308967
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6716, -0.7279
There is also a scheduled monument, Oakham Motte and Bailey Castle and Medieval Gardens, at the same location as this building or very close to it. This may be related in some way or possibly a different name for the same structure.
Old Grammar School
(now known as "The
SK 8608 6/4 8.5.50.
Single storey rectangular building of coursed rubble with stone
quoins and dressings. Stone slate roof with coped gable ends
and moulded stone stacks. 3 large rectangular transomed windows
of 3-lights with stone mullions and moulded stone surrounds and
cills on each side of the building, those on the south having
hood moulds. Above are relieving arches with keystones over
a stone roundel. Brick relieving arches on north side. Door
with moulded stone surround and hood. Inserted above it is a
stone tablet in moulded frame with inscription in Hebrew, Greek
and Latin. 2 modern windows inserted in gable end. Stone capped
plinth. On a band of dressed stone along length of building
is inscribed "Schola Latina Graeca Hebraica AO 1584". Date stone
1584 on west gable and another in south elevation inscribed "Rejecta
AO 1723". Interior has open timber wing post roof of 7 bays.
A new doorway has been recently inserted (Summer 1969) on the
south-east side with a commemorative plaque above.
Listing NGR: SK8611208967
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Source: English Heritage
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