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Credit: Peter Mellor

A Dormitory Rag. Fleur de Lys. Taking place in both the Junior and Senior Dorms in 1961. More...

Celebrations for VE day included fireworks, bonfires and a dance with the local girls' school More...

Margret Thompson worked at Hurst as a maid in the 1920s. She came down on a coal boat from South Shields in 1921 aged only 14. More...

The Portrait of Nathaniel Woodard has been away for much needed cleaning and conservation, but he's back again above the fireplace to keep his beady e… More...

As we enter the 'roaring twenties' again, the Archives are unearthing photographs of life at Hurst from 100 years ago. More...

One year before the outbreak of the Second World War there was an OTC, Inspection at Hurst in 1938 and this splendid photograph of it has resurfaced i… More...

Some photographs taken of the Great Storm of October 1987 and the devastation it left in its wake. More...

Looking back on an old people of one of the kittens that belonged to the Headmaster Rev. Arthur Coombes. More...

80 years ago two houses from Westminster School in London arrived in the Sussex countryside as evacuees to be billeted at Hurst College. More...

​​In October 2013 we recreated a football match between the Masters and the pupils played exactly a hundred years previously. More...

Check out this archive photo of the Corps Bank from 1970. More...

Today marks the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings, also known as D-Day - a day that changed the outcome of the Second World War and the course… More...

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