1 Bruff

1 Bruff

Bruff – Named after Peter Schuyler Bruff (23 July 1812 – 24 February 1900), an English civil engineer remembered primarily for his part in establishing the East Anglian railway networks between the 1840s and 1860s, the development and renovation of the Colchester water supply (1851-1880) and the Ipswich sewerage system (completed 1881), the development of the town of Harwich and the Essex resorts of Walton-on-the-Naze and Clacton on Sea (which he built up from an empty piece of farmland into a flourishing seaside town).

Teachers’ Introduction – Mrs Edwardson and Miss Smith

This is what we are learning this year.

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