• RLS in 1968

    RLS in 1968

     
  • Boarders Afloat

    Boarders Afloat

     
  • That'll Teach 'Em

    That’ll Teach ‘Em

     
  • Hi from Julie in Ohio

    Hi from Julie in Ohio

    Julie (nee Manning) Hagerty has contacted us. She was an RLS student and one or two teachers remain at school who remember her 35 years on. Julie writes: Hello, I was browsing the RLS website […]

     
  • Ghosts of Grenville

    Ghosts of Grenville

    The Chemist... prayed.

     
  • Dennis Hamley - Children's Author

    Dennis Hamley – Children’s Author

    This has been culled from Dennis’s website at www.dennishamley.com If you’ve ever read The War and Freddy, you’ll know that Freddy was three when the Second World War started and nine when it finished.  He’s […]

     
  • George Kenneth Embleton - an Obituary

    George Kenneth Embleton – an Obituary

    written by Ed shortly after Mr Embleton’s death in 1992. George Embleton (GKE) joined the Royal Latin School on the 6th September 1948. To become a Headmaster at the age of 34 was unusual in […]

     
  • Rex Gray : an Obituary

    Rex Gray : an Obituary

    REX GRAY – DIRECTOR OF MUSIC, THE ROYAL LATIN SCHOOL 1926 – 1999 Several generations of Old Latins and Buckingham people will be saddened to hear of the death of REX GRAY. He died of […]

     
  • Janet Heady

    Janet Heady

    Janet Heady (née Butler) was a pupil at the Latin during the War years and was Head Girl in 1950. Her father worked at the International (grocery) Stores in town on a site that has […]

     
  • Embleton Way

    Embleton Way

    Odonym no 5 : Embleton Way by Ed Grimsdale Embleton Way is the spur road through the estate on Mount Pleasant that lies within Buckingham’s by-pass. Embleton is a northern name and it was brought […]