EVENT – School Treat at Upleatham
Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 07/09/1877.
SCHOOL TREAT AT UPLEATHAM
The scholars and teachers connected with the Settlement Schools, Redcar, to the number of 330, had a treat provided for them by the Countess of Zetland on the 30th ult. The whole party went by train to Marske, thence by road to Upleatham, the younger portion having carriages provided for them by the kind for thought of this lady Zetland. Her ladyship accompanied by Mrs. Trotter, chaperoned the whole party through the gardens, and afterwards regaled them with a most excellent tea, to which justice was thoroughly done by the youngsters. After tea, three cheers each were given in honour of the Earl and Countess, and their little daughter, Lady Hilda Dundas, all of whom were present. After this, the teachers had tea in the Hall, and the children adjourned to the lawn and indulged in a variety of games till there departure. The day was very fine, and was most thoroughly enjoyed by both pupils and teachers, school all arrived safe home at seven p.m. The infant school were too young to be taken to Upleatham, to the number of 75, were supplied with tea and buns in the Infant’s’ School, on Tuesday (04/09).
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