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Inval School for Girls, Haslemere, Surrey

On March 13th, 1922, the 'Inval' Reformatory School for Girls was opened in premises at Inval House, Bunch Lane, Haslemere. It could could accommodate up to 20 girls. In September, 1925, the School was given permission to receive girls over the age of twelve who had been committed to an Industrial School.

Apparently, the School was unsuccessful and was closed on September 30, 1926.

Inval House, Haslemere, c.2013.


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