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  • Marlborough College

    Built in 1886 and designed by Bodley and Garner. The twelve large murals by Spencer Stanhope make this a truly special chapel.

  • Ampleforth College

    Ampleforth College in North Yorkshire, England, is the largest Roman Catholic co-educational boarding independent public school in the United Kingdom.

  • Haileybury

    The principal architect, William Wilkins, also designed the National Gallery in London, and Downing College, Cambridge.

  • Heath Mount School

    Famous old pupils from the school include include Cecil Beaton, Gerald du Maurier, Peter Tapsell, Evelyn Waugh, Arnold Bax, John Lewis and Jodie Williams.

  • Stonyhurst

    On a desk in the museum at Stonyhurst, Arthur Conan Doyle as a boy, carved his name to read

  • Stowe School

    Stowe school has been based since its beginnings at Stowe House, formerly the country seat of the Dukes of Buckingham and Chandos.

  • Tring Park

    In 1682 the mansion of Tring Park designed by Sir Christopher Wren was built for the owner Colonel Guy, Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to Charles II.