07th November 2018

BHASVIC marks the Armistice centenary

BHASVIC, known as Brighton Hove and Sussex Grammar School at the time, was transformed into a hospital during the Great War. Requisitioned when not much more than a year old and designated the Second Eastern General Hospital, it accommodated large numbers of men who arrived at Brighton Station direct from the battlefields, mainly via Dover. To commemorate the end of the conflict we have recreated part of the Military Hospital in the Main Hall alongside the social and study space. 

BHASVIC marks the Armistice centenary from BHASVIC on Vimeo.

Listen to the BBC Radio Sussex interview with BHASVIC Principal, William Baldwin plus Student Union President and Drama student

(available until the end of November 2018)