Founder to be remembered

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A SCHOOL’S founder will be remembered with the laying of a wreath.

The Society of Old Priceans will be holding the act of remembrance to honour of the founder of Price’s School in Fareham, William Price.

The annual event will see members of the society meet at the churchyard of St Peter and St Paul’s church in Osborn Road, Fareham on June 1 to lay a wreath at noon.

All past pupils, teachers and friends of the school and Price’s School are welcome.

William Price founded Price’s School at Fareham in 1721 and his support for education continues through the work of the William Price Charity Trust. The school closed in 1989.

After the ceremony The Society of Old Priceans will hold an annual summer lunch at Lysses House Hotel.

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