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Sunday, 13 November 2011 11:05

Battersea Remembrance Mass

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Battersea Remembrance Mass

 

 

battersea111113aOn Sunday 13th November 2011 the Battersea Old Boys Association held their annual Remembrance Mass and Commemoration. The Mass was celebrated by Fr Martin Coyle SDB, the Salesian Provincial, in the old school chapel on

the Surrey Lane site. After Mass, the congregation moved to the Old Boys Memorial set in the Ambulacrum, to pay their respects.

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In addition to the Old Boys there was a representative group of pupils from the new Saint John Bosco College, wearing their new uniforms. Nick Potter, Battersea President, presented a cheque to Mr Uttley, head of SJBC, which will

support a pilgrimage to Turin for pupils from the College.

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You can download a fuller collection of photographs (2.3MB) prepared by John Ward.

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