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Stopping the Traffic in Whitehall

Gordon’s School returned to Whitehall today for the annual Parade in memory of General Charles Gordon in whose honour the school was founded. The Parade, along one of London’s most iconic streets, was cancelled due to the pandemic last year, for the first time in living memory. But the 200 students together with the Pipes and Drums, more than made up for the missed event as they made their way along Whitehall to the General Gordon statue on the banks of the Thames. There, wreaths were laid on behalf of the Gordon family; the Gordonians and Governors, Trustees; staff and students. 

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