Our annual Mitre Society Lunch was held in the historic Audience Chamber at the Whitgift Almshouses on 6th February.

The lunch was attended by alumni and friends of the School who have all very generously declared a gift to Trinity in their wills. Our benefactors automatically become members of The Mitre Society, which enables us to thank them during their lifetime and celebrate their relationship with the School.

Alasdair Kennedy, Trinity Headmaster, thanked our guests for their generosity and Martin Corney, Chief Executive of the Whitgift Foundation, gave a brief overview of the history of the Almshouses and the forthcoming redevelopment of the Whitgift Centre by Westfield.

We are deeply grateful to all those choose to remember Trinity in their will, whether it is a donation to our Trinity Bursary Fund, or for other priorities, these gifts will make a real and lasting difference for coming generations of Trinity students.

For more information on how you can remember Trinity in your will, please contact David Young, Director of Development or phone 020 8662 5162.

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