Visits

The Trustees of the Burston Strike School welcome visits to the Strike School

The Trustees of the Burston Strike School welcome visits to the Strike School, not only from individuals but also from educational and history groups, trade unions and schools. It can easily be arranged that a member of the trustees is on hand to provide a welcome and to talk about the Burston School Strike and its legacy.

Should you wish to visit us, then you can access the Strike School in the following way:

On arrival you will have approached the school via a track that runs directly in front of the building. A few seconds walk to the left of the school, at the end of the track, sits a bungalow.

If the school is locked and you wish to see the interior display a key is kept in a key box situated to the right hand side of the bungalow’s front door. Please help yourself to the key and let yourself into the Strike School.

When you have completed your visit please lock the door and return the key to its original location.

Also, it is possible to arrange for a trustee or for Violet Potter’s niece Anne. M. May to visit your group or organisation to talk about the School Strike. For media organisations comment and copy can also be provided. If you are part of a group that would like to visit or be visited, please contact the Trustees on burstonstrike1917@gmail.com or through our contacts page.