fisherman's friends uncovered at queen's manor
16th october 2017
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Work is progressing at Queen’s Manor School in London, following the completion of an archaeological dig. Due to the school’s incredibly close proximity to the River Thames, the dig uncovered some interesting items, including rare fishing weights!
The scheme will see two new builds at the primary school in Fulham. The Special Educational Needs Pavilion will be linked to the existing Grade 2 listed building via a glazed corridor, and the Disabled Children’s Resource Centre will cater for pupils of the school and the wider community.