Monday, October 23, 2006
St John's Beamont School
A google search included the following:
The plans for St John’s Beaumont were drawn up by the famous Architect, J F Bentley, who later went on to design Westminster Cathedral. Unlike so many preparatory schools, it was purpose-built, originally for 60 boarders, and was opened in 1888. Its name is taken from St John Berchmans, a young Jesuit who was canonised in that year.
This looks promising. I will contact the school to see if I can get some information about the bell.