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Lime Tree Walk
  • 2016

As part of the campus master plan, attention was paid to outside spaces and landscape, including the new Lime Tree Walk. Completed in July 2016 with the replacement of the 34 ageing trees of ‘Chestnuts Avenue’ by 52 new specimens in ‘Lime Tree Walk’, each one funded by a generous benefactor, this also provided the opportunity to resurface the path with top-dressed gravel.

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Britten's War Requiem
  • 2018

In commemoration of those who served in the Great War, the Foundation Schools - Dulwich College, Alleyn's School and James Allen's Girls' School - performed Britten’s War Requiem at the Royal Festival Hall. Over 500 pupils, colleagues and friends of the community took part.

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Barry Building refurbishment
  • 2018

As part of the ongoing plan to maintain and improve the Grade II* listed Barry Buildings and Dulwich College campus, external works to have restored the terra cotta and cleaned and refurbished brickwork were completed in 2018 alongside the refurbishment of 50 classrooms and teaching offices.

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  • 2019

Enabling families with academically minded boys from all backgrounds to consider applying to Dulwich College, irrespective of their financial means, is, and always has been, one of our core objectives.

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400th Anniversary
  • 2019

Edward Alleyn founded Christ’s College of God’s Gift in 1619 for twelve ‘poor scholars’ and, four centuries later, we are blessed to have the gift of a diverse, welcoming and international community of Alleynians and Old Alleynians. This year we mark 400 years of Dulwich College history and look forward to the next 100 years.

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