Church to restore Batu Gajah school built in 1928

The old St Joseph School in Batu Gajah, was built in 1928.

BUILT in 1928, the St Joseph School building in Batu Gajah, along with the main church building, has managed to survive the passing of time mostly intact.

In its heyday, it served as a centre for learning. It was also once used to shelter orphans and the homeless during the Japanese Occupation.

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