The Red House More Information

The Red House stands as a testament to History. Thomas Whitehead founded one of the earliest schools in England. He was a man of vision. His legacy lives on through the enduring presence of The Red House, it stands not only as a physical structure but also a symbol of education, community, and the enduring spirit of those who seek to make positive impact.
In 1654 Thomas Whitehead in his Will established an elementary school to educate, free of charge, 15 poor boys from the village and 5 from the hamlets of Houghton Regis, the school was established at the Red House. The Heritage Society is currently working with Councillors to ensure the building has Community use.
For further information on the house visit HRHS Archive
If you have ideas for the building please email: David Hill