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St. Joseph's Convent, Walsgrave Road

Camera No. 11
St. Joseph's Convent School was founded by the Sisters of Mercy as a girls' day and boarding school in 1862, overlooking Gosford Green. Suffering several air-raids during WW2, the buildings were destroyed in April 1941. By the end of that year the senior school girls had been moved to a newly purchased boarding school at Offchurch House, Leamington Spa.

Information courtesy of https://www.crackleyhall.co.uk/history-crackley

Click on the photograph to see where St. Joseph's Convent stood in 1909. More photographs and information about some of the people who attended this convent can be found on Historic Coventry.

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