Belmont Preparatory School
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Belmont School was founded in 1880 as a day school in London. The school subsequently moved to the village of Westcott, Surrey, before moving to its current location in 1955.
Belmont is centred on the Victorian mansion, Feldemore, an arts and crafts house, which includes work by William Morris and William de Morgan. The house was built for Edwin Waterhouse, co-founder of the accountancy practice of Price Waterhouse. The main house was destroyed by a fire in 1991, but has since been rebuilt and restored.