New Humanities building formally opened

On Thursday 29th September, Pershore High School’s new Humanities building was formally opened by David Hughlock.


David is a former governor of the school and Humanities link.


However, it was also named the Hughlock Building in memory of his wife Bronwen. Bronwen died on 26th August after a brave fight against cancer.

 

A service of thanksgiving and celebration of her life, led by the Reverend Claire Lording, was held in Pershore Abbey on 26th.

 

Bronwen will always be remembered by all at Pershore High School for her ever positive demeanour and her selfless support for groups within school like the Youth Council and Interact (fund raising for charity).

 

David performed the opening before a very successful and well attended Open Evening.