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Hi Guys not posted in a long while so her is one from me now :D

The History,

LGHS was founded in 1876, at a time when female education was limited but expanding. Frances Lupton and other members of the Ladies’ Honorary Council of the Yorkshire Board of Education decided that campaigning for access to the universities was of little use without better all-round education for girls, equivalent to what boys received at traditional academic grammar school.

In 2005 LGHS merged with Leeds Grammar School to form the Grammar School at Leeds (GSAL). The merged school administration took over LGHS in August 2005, however the schools did not physically merge until September 2008.

Hope you like :)

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Good rectification work there on the pic re-sizing mate, good to see the bits i missed and you've captured them well :thumb

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