20th July 2018 12:00 pm - 23rd July 2018 12:00 pmRydal penrhos school, Pwllycrochan Avenue, Conwy, LL29 7BT United Kingdom+ Google Map
Rydal Penrhos School is an independent co-educational boarding school in Colwyn Bay, North Wales. It is the only Methodist school in the independent sector in Wales. It is located on multiple sites around the town with a site in the neighbouring village of Rhos on Sea where it keeps its watersports equipment for easy access to the beach.
Rydal School was founded (as Rydal Mount School) by Thomas Osborn in 1885 as a boys’ boarding school. It was named after the house, at the junction of Lansdowne Road and Pwllycrochan Avenue in Colwyn Bay, which Osborn had acquired from Reverend Frederick Payne. This is still the main school site. From 1977 it was a co-educational school. Its former motto was Prodesse quam conspici (“Do good without display”).
A degree of uniformity of design in central Colwyn Bay owes much to a single architect, Sidney Colwyn Foulkes, whose concept has been followed by other architects. His father designed St John’s Methodist Church, and he was responsible for many of the school’s buildings, as well as others in the vicinity, and further afield in North Wales. This led to the area that includes the school being designated as Colwyn Bay’s first conservation area.
- Paul Whitfield
- Rydal penrhos school
Conwy, LL29 7BT United Kingdom + Google Map
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