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AGS Remembers - Lest We Forget

On Friday 9 November the whole School gathered for a special moment of reflection and to remember and respect all those who have given their lives to protect our freedom.  This centenary, Remembrance has provided an opportunity for us as a School to reflect on the sacrifice made by every man and woman to protect us and our right to freedom.
During the service the Headmaster read out the names of the Aylesburians who died in the two great wars and in recent conflicts and this was followed by trumpeters of AGS playing the last post.  Following two minutes silence the trumpeters sounded the wake up call ‘reveille’.  

Aylesbury Grammar School Students who died in the Two Great Wars and On Active Duty

M Allen
C Beechey
CS Brunton
FW Cannon
CH Dobson
LS Kyle
F Lander
HC Langstone
F Line
CG Luff
HE Martin
OL Prothero
S Scammell
TR Seaton
J Tatham
WJ Tweddle
RI Whitaker
P White
JJ Widdowson
VS Wilkins
WPN Wood

Arthur Alexander
Charles Bonham
Douglas Browne
Richard Clarke
Bernard Collyer
Arthur Crook
Walter Cross
Alan Daly
Eric Devereux
Ronald Evans
Brian Farmborough
Leslie Greenhalgh
Jeffrey Hayward
Rowland Jefferies
Derek Mills
Frederick Mooney
Ronald Orchard
Roger Parker
Peter Pope
John Robinson
Edward Sanders
William Sawdy
Donald Shirley
Edward Stevens
Gwilym Thomas
Stanley Wakeling
Harry Wheeler
Robert Winter
Ronald James Sinclair Wootton
Ruby Dixon
Beryl Baynes Cope

Flight Lieutenant Alan Scott

They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.



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