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L I V E 2 4 -SE V EN


CHELTENHAM COLLEGE REMEMBERS THE FALLEN


3,541 pupils and staff from Cheltenham College served during the First World War and 702 gave the ultimate sacrifice. To commemorate the centenary of Armistice Day, Cheltenham College is opening its doors to the public for two special events.


On Saturday 10 November, a lecture by an Old Cheltonian Paddy Stevens will be held in the Cheltenham College Chapel at 7.00pm. Paddy has written a book, College Echoes: An Epitaph to the Great War, which examines the contribution of Old Cheltonians during the war.


On Sunday 11 November, a service of remembrance will take place at 10.55am on the lawn in front of the Cheltenham College Chapel. The school has held its service of remembrance in front of the Chapel in each of the centenary years to allow all pupils and staff to attend, and this year they are also welcoming the local community. The service will run from 10.55am to 11.30am with tea and coffee available after the service, as well as an opportunity to talk to the author of College Echoes and purchase the book.


Dr Adam Dunning, Director of Community and Partnerships, commented, “On this centenary it is important for our school community to stand together and witness to the service and sacrifice that so many made to defend the cause of liberty. On the 11th November I am looking forward to welcoming members of our local community both to our act of Remembrance and to the dedication of the new 702 memorial.”


The new memorial comprises three stone numerals, 702, laid into the lawn outside the Chapel, to represent the number of Old Cheltonians who died in service during the First World War.


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