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Sporting Momentous

Some Sporting Momentous More... (World War Webb)

On The 104th Anniversary Of His Death The Identity Bracelet Of Gilbert Watson Webb (OC 634) Sold On e-bay For £223.09. More...

Late OC and Master at Cabin Hill Brian Baker's (2538) daughter, Susan Baker
The inaugural presentation of the W. Barrington Baker Cup

With our thanks to late OC and Master at Cabin Hill Brian Baker's (2538) daughter, Susan Baker, who has this year presented Campbell College Junior Sc… More...

Officer Training Corps on Memory Monday

Do you have photos of Campbell College's OTC that you might be able to add to our online gallery? More...

Artillery piece
Identifying an Artillery Piece

On this 'Throwback Thursday', can you help the team at Campbell College? More...

OC R W McConnell (938), brought to life by a local actor
‘Men Behind the Glass’ team back at Campbell College filming

The OC Society was a catalyst for this unique project which commemorates the lives of Old Campbellians that were lost in WW1. More...

Pupils at Grange Park Primary School with Robert Robinson MBE, Headmaster, Campbell College
'The Men Behind The Glass' Project Launches

A major heritage project, telling the stories of the OCs and teacher who died in the First World War. More...

McAfee, Lewis Alexander (796)
A new OC killed in the war?

The Men Behind the Glass Project believes they have identified a new OC who fell in the First World War but is not recorded on the Campbell College G… More...

Mervyn's late Great Uncle, Alfie (Captain Alfred Squire Taylor R.A.M.C. - killed on 31st July 1917
Mervyn Cully (4683) with a personal report from Ypres

Mervyn Cully and his wife are very recently back from a trip to honour Mervyn's late Great Uncle, Alfie (709): More...

One of those casualties in the 36th Division was Second Lieutenant William Moore (OC 879)
Remembering the 12 OCs killed at Battle of Passchendaele

Twelve OCs were killed during the battle, the majority as officers and serving in the 36th (Ulster) Division. For Campbell College, the legacy is the … More...

Men Behind The Glass

Campbell College Belfast has received £90,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund for a major restoration and education project titled, The Men Behind the … More...

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