Littlemoss High School for Boys was a comprehensive school in Droylsden, Tameside. It merged with Droylsden High School for Girls in September 2009 to become Droylsden Academy.
Woodwork teacher Harry “Bulldog” Johnson achieved national fame in 1979 when he won the Littlewoods Pools jackpot, receiving a prize of over £750,000.
He planned to retire at the end of the school term but died of a heart attack just a few weeks after his win.
Howard Donald of Take That attended Littlemoss High School between 1979 and 1984.
Planning permission has been granted for the temporary accommodation for Laurus Ryecroft on the site of the former Littlemoss High School.
Littlemoss High SchoolCryer Street,
Opening TimesPermanently Closed
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