|The Website for Pupils of Trinity High School Northampton of the '40's, '50s, '60s & '70s|
About This Website
This site was originally set up merely to provide publicity for the Trinity High School reunion for the 40th anniversary of the Class of '63 in October 2003. It had been intended to run for just 6 months in 2003 only, but at the end of the year, so many people asked for it to become permanent, that it was set up as long-term website.
It is run by Ian Dow, a pupil at the school from September 1958 to July 1965. The website is intended primarily for former-pupils of the Technical High School, Trinity High School or Trinity Grammar School from the 1940's up to the mid 1970's. The site may also be useful to anyone else who is interested in the history of the school.
I have had e-mails from people who were pupils in the late '60s and early '70s who have confused me with my brother Nick. Nick is the younger of my two brothers, who attended Trinity High School from 1968 to 1975. He was there during firstly its name change to Trinity Grammar School, and then the transition to a comprehensive school.
If you have material that could be added to the website, please send it to me.
If you spot any errors on the website, including links that do not work, then please use the same e-mail address to send me the details, so they can be put right, to help everyone enjoy the website and all of the material on it.
To contact me, then please use the e-mail link below. If you wish to talk by telephone, then please send me your phone number, and I will call you back. If you have some useful material, then you can send it to by post. Again send me an e-mail with brief details and I will send you my address. I live in Peterborough. To send material digitally, please simply add the files to an e-mail, with any text in the e-mail and I will take care of the rest.
e-mail to: email@example.com
This website is run by, and all contributions are made by ex-pupils of the school, and it is not connected to the current organisation of the school, which has since become Unity College, a Church of England School and later the Malcolm Arnold Academy. The site has no commercial links and makes no profit.
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