Trinity School World War 1 Memorial


All pupils and staff at Trinity School [formerly Whitgift Middle School] are acutely aware of the enormous sacrifice made by our old boys in the Great War.

The names of the fallen are recorded on our War Memorial in the School grounds and on our Roll of Honour. Ceremonies of Remembrance take place at the School twice a year, on Remembrance Day in November and on our own Founder’s Day in March.

The School has a record of the details of those who died in the First World War, largely compiled by two of our old boys, Mark Gardiner and Neil Mackenzie, who have worked tirelessly to unearth this information.

In this centenary year, we proudly honour the 130 old boys who died in the service of their country and reflect upon the effect of the conflict on the Home Front and on those who served and returned.

We will remember them.

The Archives are grateful to all the researchers who helped us to compile our digital tribute in this centenary year and to those who donated their own personal family records for the School’s use.

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