Framlingham College has a long and proud history and thrives today on two sites.

The Senior School sits in a commanding position within 75 acres of land that includes Framlingham Mere, while the Prep School at Brandeston Hall nestles in 27 acres of meadow land on the banks of the Deben.

Throughout the school’s history, benefactors have been generous in their support and we’re grateful that this continues today through donations and legacies. From these sources, the Development Office, coordinates giving to the Framlingham College Bursary Campaign, towards Major Building Projects and to the Framlingham College Project Fund. All of these causes will benefit future generations of pupils.

Members of the 1864 Club, the Society of Old Framlinghamians and current and former parents are our main benefactors and continue to support the school through donations and legacies. Indeed, their generosity is a vital part of our efforts to ensure that future generations of boys and girls have even better opportunities than their predecessors at the school.

I have just retired at 75, and anything I have achieved in life I owe to the start I was given at Framlingham, and I have been happy to do what I can to repay that debt.”

Jim Butchart, Old Framlinghamian

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