Elstree School was founded in 1848, in Elstree, Hertfordshire. With the outbreak of war in 1939, staff and 70 boys moved to Woolhampton House in Berkshire.
This fine Georgian house, standing in a 150-acre estate of green parkland and lawns, proved so ideal that Woolhampton House became Elstree’s permanent home at the end of the war, where the main part of the School remains today.
I was employed to produce a schedule of paint colours and finishes for a number of the areas in the School.
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