LRGS pupils remember school’s heroes and fallen on centenary of conflict

John Fidler (centre) and LRGS head of history Hugh Castle in the schools First World War Memorial Library, with pupils James Fenna, Ross Hobbs, Max Mortimer and James Riach.

John Fidler (centre) and LRGS head of history Hugh Castle in the schools First World War Memorial Library, with pupils James Fenna, Ross Hobbs, Max Mortimer and James Riach.

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Throughout 2014 Lancaster Royal Grammar School will be remembering the 400 former pupils and staff who fought in the First World War, and in particular the 75 former pupils (Old Lancastrians, known as OLs) who died, some of them at a very young age.

 

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