Woodford Academy – National Trust Property
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About this site: Built as an inn during the 1840s, it was later used by Alfred Fairfax as a mountain retreat and then a guest house. In 1906 John McManamey opened a boys school here, the Woodford Academy. This fascinating complex of buildings contains features reflecting every period of its long history.
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