A remarkable booklet detailing the history of the grammar school in Drigg in Cumbria. The school began life 300 years ago with an endowment of £260, and thrived for decades. But a scandal overwhelmed it and the school finally closed.

The book was written by a much-missed member of the Ashwater team - Dorothy Ravenswood, who was our arbiter of all things grammatical, and much more.

Unfortunately we have no copies available.