Welcome to the Apley Park School and Millichope School web site.
The Apley Estate
Click Here to see the new Apley Park Estate page.
Hi my name is Graham Jackson and I was a student at Apley Park Boarding School between the years of 1975 and 1980. During my time at Apley I was known as Moriarty. As most of you know the original site was born in 1995 as a result of a project for my degree, and over the last sixteen years it has grown from a few pages to over two hundred pages - and is still growing! Over four hundred old boys and teachers have made contact with the site. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has contributed material for the site.
Main Hall - Taken in March 2013
This site mainly consists of information on Apley Park School. Any information on Millichope School can be found in the dedicated Millichope School, section which can be accessed from the main menu on the left, the Millichope School section also gives details on the transfer from Millichope School to Apley Park School in 1962.
|Site Guestbook||Site Feedback||What's New|
|The last ten people who have contacted the site are:||The most recent feedback left is:||The most recent additions to the site are:|
|There are 451 students or teachers who have registered with the site so far, to see their details, visit the Site Guestbook page. Can you please register your details with the web site, by filling in the Register with the site form, which can also be accessed from the Navigation Bar on the side of the page.||There are 199 students who have left feedback with the site, to see other peoples feedback, visit the Site Feedback page. Please send me your thoughts on the site by filling out the Site Feedback form, which can also be accessed from the Navigation Bar on the side of the page.||I am always after Apley memorabilia, if you have any Photographs, certificates, newspaper cuttings, or letters please send them on to me. Either Email Me, or Register with the site and I will send you my address. Everything will be returned!|
Most of you when visiting the site will be searching for friends from your year; the quickest way to achieve this is to click on Site Guestbook button on the navigation bar at the side of the page. When the page opens enter your search criteria into the form and press 'Search database'. The page will be updated with the search results.
Please note that facebook now has an Apley Park School Old Boys group which is rapidly growing in size. The group can be accessed by clicking on the icon below.
|Apley Old Boys|
Apley Park School was located near the villages of Norton, Stockton and Sutton Maddock, which are a few miles from the town of Bridgnorth in Shropshire.
Unfortunately due to Shropshire County Council education cuts in the eighties Apley Park School has now closed down. The last year of education was in 1987.
After Apley closed the building remained uninhabited for many years and suffered from horrendous damp problems and vandalism. The "Apley Hall Restoration Trust" then purchased Apley Hall and the surrounding buildings (Classrooms etc). The trust then started to restore the hall and surrounding buildings and eventually obtained planning permission to convert the hall into luxury flats.
In Feb 2004 the House went up for auction and was sold to developers Earlstone under the company name Apley Hall Restoration Ltd. Earlstone developed the Estate into 17 houses, apartments, and mews houses, with the House itself divided into five grand mansion houses, completed and sold in 2006-07 with the Apley Hall House incorporating the main entrance being the most expensive at £1.5 million, the others being the Library House, Georgian House, Garden House and Courtyard House. The surrounding 8,500-acre Apley Park estate is still owned, since 1868, by the Hamilton family's Apley Estate
|0 guestbook form(s) require processing||0 feedback form(s) require processing|