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Ashville is unique. It was the first school to be founded by the United Methodist Free Church and has a heritage that dates back to 1875, when the Church Assembly agreed to establish a college that promoted a sound and advanced education.

A set of committee members were appointed to search for a suitable premises, and these gentlemen became the founding fathers of Ashville: Ald R Ellis, Rev E Boaden, Rev R CHew, Rev J Garside, WHC Hardy and Rev K Kirksop. It was Ald R Ellis who found a small private school and estate called Ashville on the outskirts of Harrogate.


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