Lest We forget

ww1tabletLRWe will always remember the 17 million people who lost their lives during the Great War and those Old Seafordians who fell. 900,000 British and Colonial Military were tragically lost in conditions they were not prepared for and 2 million more were injured and lived on with honour often not talking at all of their endurances for the rest of their lives.

Our own founder Colonel Savage lost his son at Gallipoli.

The college was based at Eastbourne during The Great War. The image shows the tablet dedicated to those OS who fell which is held in our school chapel and Major Dunlop kindly provided this research with soldiers rank, regiment and location of burial.

Seaford Old Boys Role of Honour _2_

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