Royal Hospital School

1993 , Holbrook (Suffolk)

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The 60th Anniversary of the Royal Hospital School is recorded in this brief film which includes an unusual ceremony for the payment of a 'peppercorn' rent.

There are scenes of the boys, the school band and the headmaster, Mr. Kirk. Marion Leeson, Chairperson of Holbrook Parish Council, watches a march past by the boys and girls. Mrs. Leeson hands over a single Suffolk reed to the headmaster (the reed represents the 'peppercorn' rent the school charges).

Featured Buildings

Royal Hospital School

Featured Events

60th Anniversary Royal Hospital School

Keywords

Celebrations; Ceremonies; Schools

Background Information

Founded in 1712 in Greenwich, the Royal Hospital School moved to its present site in Suffolk in 1933.

Manifestations

Royal Hospital School

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