is an independent
, coeducational boarding
and day school in the town of Framlingham
, near Woodbridge
. Together with its preparatory school, Brandeston Hall and Little Bears Nursery it serves pupils from 2 1/2 to eighteen years of age.
History of Framlingham College
Framlingham College was originally called the Albert Memorial College
in memory of Prince Albert and was founded in 1864 by public subscription as the Suffolk County Memorial to Queen Victoria
's husband, Albert, Prince Consort
, and was incorporated by Royal Charter. Framlingham College are celebrating the 150th anniversary of the death of Prince Albert over the course of the next five years. Prince Albert's statue takes pride of place in front of the College, which is set in in the historic market town of Framlingham, with stunning views of the Mere and the twelfth-century castle Framlingham Castle
. The College grounds are maintained by an award winning grounds team and the original mock-Gothic buildings have been developed over the years, as a result of significant building initiatives. The building is Grade II listed
Nearby is Brandeston Hall Preparatory School, located in the village of Brandeston. The school is named after the Tudorbethan
manor house that forms its main building. Brandeston Hall was bought by the Society of Old Framlinghamians in remembrance of the 250 boys and masters who lost their lives in the two World Wars.
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