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Remembrance Assemblies

On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week, five separate remembrance assemblies were held for all students and staff. We took the time to remember all those who have died in wars from the past and in the present day, who paid and pay the price for all the freedoms and safety we enjoy.

Students were told about a man called William Thirlwell who lived on Higher Cambridge Street (Trinity’s address). He joined the Manchester Regiment in 1914, but sadly lost his life on the front line in 1916. In memory of William, a new clock in the main hall, shown above, has been named in his honour and reflects the time we take to remember him and others that have lost their lives in war.

The choir sang beautiful renditions of ‘Remember’ and ‘Hope for a Better Tomorrow’, which reminds us all to make a commitment to changing the world in which we live.


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16th November 2018 - Vol 35 | No 10