Rushden Argus, 1st December 1922
A long-felt want was supplied by the opening, last Thursday, of a new young men’s institute in connection with St. Mary’s Church, Rushden. The building, which stands in the Rectory Field, and is reached from the Robinson-road, is of ample but serviceable pattern, and was designed by Mr. F. E. Preston, of Rushden, and constructed by Messrs. Packwood and Son. Mr. Owen Parker, M.P., was the chief speaker at the opening ceremony.
We give an exterior picture of ’Stute, also an interesting group taken on the opening day.