Fonds ED/LO2 - Beaconhurst School

Identity area

Reference code

GB 224 ED/LO2


Beaconhurst School


  • 1964 – 1970 (Creation)

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Extent and medium

0.04 linear metres

Context area

Name of creator

(1919 -)

Administrative history

There has been a school on the current site of Beaconhurst School at Kenilworth Road in Bridge of Allan since 1919. The Beacon School for Girls was established in 1919 and in the same year, Hurst Grange, a boys' school in Stirling, opened. The two schools merged to form Beaconhurst Grange in 1976. This ran as a boarding prep school until the decision was taken in the early 90s to develop an all-through day school.

Archival history

The records of the Beaconhurst School were donated to Stirling Council Archives in 2005 with the exception of ED/LO2/5/1-2 which were transferred to the Central Regional Council Archives by Stirling County Council after the local government reorganisation of 1975. They have been held at the Archives since that date.

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Mrs Rene Anderson and Stirling County Council.

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Appraisal, destruction and scheduling

This material has been appraised in line with standard GB 224 practices.


None expected.

System of arrangement

The arrangement of this material reflects the order in which it has been used and received.

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Conditions governing access

Stirling Council Archives abides by the provisions of Data Protection and Freedom of Information legislation as it applies to public bodies in Scotland, therefore, access to some material may be restricted.

Conditions governing reproduction

Application for permission to quote and to publish images must be sent to the Council Archivist.

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No known copies. This material is original.

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Rules and/or conventions used

ISAD(G), 2nd ed. International Council on Archives



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Dates of creation revision deletion

Created 01/06/2016




Archivist's note

Created by Neil Dickson, Assistant Archivist

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