Pupils marching through Lewes
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Lewes Old Grammar School celebrates 500th anniversary

Pupils from a school which claims to be the oldest in Sussex have celebrated its 500th anniversary.

Lewes Old Grammar was created in 1512 from a legacy left by a wealthy widow.

Pupils marched through the town dressed in outfits from each of the last five centuries.

  • 25 May 2012
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