Oundle

Oundle ( /ˈaʊndəl/) is an ancient market town on the River Nene in Northamptonshire, England, with a population of around 5,800. It lies some 68 mi (109 km) north of London and 12 mi (19 km) south-west of Peterborough. The nearest railway station is at Corby, 9.3 mi (15.0 km) west of Oundle.

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Frederick William Sanderson
... William Sanderson (1857-05-13 – 1922-06-15) was headmaster of Oundle School from 1892 until his death ... He was an education reformer, and there at Oundle, and previously at Dulwich College where he had started as assistant master, he introduced (then) innovative programs of education in ... Under his headmastership, Oundle saw a reversal of a decline from which it had been suffering in the middle of the 19th century with school enrollment rising from 92 at the time of his ...
Oundle Railway Station - History
... Oundle was also the location of a substantial boarding school and special trains ran even after regular timetabled services finished in 1964 ... taken over by the Nene Valley Railway but unfortunately Oundle was not included and the rails were lifted in the 1970s ... still hope to acquire at least 2 or 3 miles to a new site at Oundle (as the old original station itself is now a private residence) within the near future (puttin ...
Oundle International Festival
... The Oundle International Festival (OIF) is a music festival and organ school held in Oundle, England ...
Oundle - Notable People
... Ebenezer Prout - a musical theorist born in Oundle Ivo Watts-Russell, founder of independent record label 4AD was born nearby and went to school in Oundle ... Louise Mensch - briefly the local Member of Parliament, lives in Oundle William Abell - a vintner (wine merchant) born in Oundle ...
Frederick William Sanderson - Oundle School
... One such was Oundle School, whose failure to keep up with the times had led it into a period of decline ... So in July 1892, the Oundle Court of the Grocer's Company, the governing body of the school, appointed Sanderson as the new headmaster ...