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Lucy Ellwood-Russell speaks in Chapel

We were delighted to welcome back Head Girl of 1995, Lucy Ellwood-Russell, to speak in our first Chapel service of the year.

Lucy with current Head Master, Titus Mills
Lucy with current Head Master, Titus Mills

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