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Sunday School Tea in Institute Hall

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This postcard shows the Free Church's Sunday School at a tea held in Institute Hall, now part of Henrietta Barnett School. 

Photograph, HGSFC12
Sunday School Tea in Institute Hall
Related people/organisations
Early views of the free church
The Hampstead Garden Suburb Free Church, located in Central Square with St Judes Church and Henrietta Barnett School nearby. Set up in 1910 it has been active in the community for over a century.

View of Institute from Central Square
Opened in 1909 by Hernietta Barnett the Institute has been at the heart of the Suburb Community for over a century. Dame Henritta believed in the transformative social powers of education and an adult education provider such as The Institute.
Related Collection
Free Church West End
Display of post cards in Free Church hall documenting the history of the church.
Related objects
First Sunday School treat
Post card depicts a faded photo of the Free Church's Sunday School children enjoying a treat, as well as the reverse of this post card. 

This photo shows a Sunday School outing in the early 1930s, five years after the Northway Church Hall was built to give the Sunday School a home in 1925.