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Bury Park Educational Institute (Al - Hikmah Secondary School)

Address
82 Dunstable Road
Luton
LU1 1EH
Tel
01582 728 196
Fax
01582 485 656
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Bury Park Educational Institute (Al - Hikmah Secondary School), Luton is an independent school for boys aged from 9 to 16.

Local authority:

Luton

Pupils:

70

Religion:

Muslim


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