- Preston Manor
Preston is the area near
Preston Road tube stationin the London Borough of Brent.
Preston Manor or
Preston Manor High Schoolis a multicultural schoolthat has a capacity of above 1300 students. The school is a specialist science college. It is a well known school as the prime minister (Gordon Brown) has visited it and has featured on the Five television show called 'How The Other Half Learns'.
John Lyon, founder of the famous
Harrow School, was from Preston.
Also, Preston Manor is a stately home in Brighton near the station Preston Park. The house was owned by the Stanford family.
* [http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/prestonm/ Preston Manor High School]
* [http://brentclc.com/ Preston Manor City Learning Centre]
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