On Friday 9th November 2018, students and staff from Framlingham College partook in an act of remembrance in the shadow of Framlingham Castle. As a community, the College lost some 250 Framlinghamians in the First and Second World Wars.
As an act of remembrance, the students and staff wrote the names of each fallen soldier on 250 red scarves and tied them to the apple trees in the College grounds. The College Chaplain, Rev Brynn Bayman, led the entire College community in an act of remembrance on the morning of Friday 9th November 2018 – with the three student heads of the College, Liberty Salsby, Joe Lipman and Rose Winter, symbolically tying the last three scarves in front of the whole community.
Headmaster Paul Taylor described it as ‘a profoundly moving service which reminded us all of the debt we all owe to these fallen heroes, who enabled us to enjoy the lives we live today’.