Custard Lane School

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Custard Lane School
Barricaded VSB, last Update 9th Feb 2024
JonnyOfTheInternet (talk) 17:58, 9th February 2024 (GMT)
Custard Lane School

Chudleyton [19,24]

Shutler Lane the Bowell Museum a junkyard

(Darvall Heights)

wasteland Custard Lane School wasteland

(Darvall Heights)

Thristle Bank Fanning Street Lorgh Walk

(Darvall Heights)

Basic Info:

  • Among the internal descriptions found in Schools:
    • "Half-finished work is scattered across the floor."
  • This building can be barricaded normally

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The main entrance to Custard Lane School

Custard Lane School is a school located in the suburb of Chudleyton. The founder of the school, Doris Winter-Thistle, was famous for inventing the recipe for the world renowned Malton Custard Pie.

History

Custard Lane School was a private presbyterian school on the Eastern border of Chudleyton. It was generally considered an open-minded liberal arts environment despite students having to attend church every Wednesday. Many of the students attending class here came from affluent neighborhoods in the surrounding area. Their unbeatable football team, The Chudleyton Custard Creamers , had routinely won the northeastern Malton cup since 1985, losing only once, in 1991, to the dogged West Boundwood Vipers from the Bozon Road School in West Boundwood. The Vipers, despite their lack of legitimate school kits or fanbase, managed to come back from a 4-0 deficit and win in a penalty shoot out, thanks to their poised leader, a young Filthy Jenkins.


Barricade policy

According to the Chudleyton Barricade Plan, it is to be kept at Extremely Heavily Barricaded, as maintained by the Apsey Urban Militia.



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