The Grey High School War Memorial: Port Elizabeth

These photographs are courtesy of Ronnie Lovemore and were taken in August 2011 at Grey High School in Port Elizabeth.

The Memorial is situated against the wall of the assembly hall in the quad of the school. The school has a Remembrance Day Cadet Parade on 11 November each year with a flypast over the school quad at 11 minutes past 11 am.

Grey High School War Memorial

Grey High School was founded by John Paterson and named after Sir George Grey, Governor of  the Cape from (5 December 1854 till 15 August 1861. It  may be found at Google Earth Co-ordinates 33° 57.668’S, 25° 35.754’E

© DRW 2012-2018. Created 31/08/2012. Photo’s © Ronnie Lovemore. Moved to blog 20/01/2014, moved to Musings after image orientation issue crept in 22/12/2020. 

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