Heritage Open Day
Members of the public are welcome to visit the LRGS Library and learn about three key 19th century alumni of LRGS who helped to shape the city of Lancaster. The former pupils went on to become influential Victorian philanthropists who invested in the infrastructure of the town providing buildings and schemes for the local community. The Gregson Centre was founded in memory of Henry Gregson; James Williamson, Lord Ashton, created Williamson Park and Herbert Storey funded the Storey Institute and assisted with the development of the Westfield War Memorial Village.
A tour guide will show you around the Memorial Library in New Building featuring a WW1 exhibition of stories and artefacts from OLs who were called to the Front.