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Two Head Girls, twenty years apart, share their views on life at Walhampton

We take an interesting peek at Walhampton life from the perspective of two Head Girls, our current Alicia Pearson-Chisman, and Lucy Ellwood-Russell who was at Walhampton twenty years ago.

A shared love of Walhampton
A shared love of Walhampton

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