Education Provision 1833

Little Brickhill Parish (Pop. 614)

Four Daily Schools.

One of which contains 8 males, supported by an endowment.

Another, 14 females, supported by Lady Rose; this also open on Sundays.

In the other two are 25 males and 8 females, whose instruction is paid for by their parents.

One Boarding School, in which 5 males are educated at the expense of their parents.

Two Sunday Schools, in one are 32 males and 30 females, who attend the Established Church

The other is attached to Wesleyan Methodists (commenced 1830), and consists of 21 males and 12 females, both supported by voluntary contributions.