Norwood College was a private boys' school located in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. It was founded on 8 May, 1936, by Gordon William George Cass, a former teacher, known as "Charlie" to his pupils. The school was on a corner site with the original part in Tewit Well Avenue and the later part in Leeds Road, Harrogate, close to The Stray.
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