Plaque

John Lyon School - The Red House

Erection date: 6/12/2013

Inscription

The Red House - opened by Robert Woodbridge (OL) on 6th December 2013.
Chairman of Governors John Hayes MA FCA.
The John Lyon School
Stet Fortuna Domus

'OL' stands for 'Old Lyonian'.  'Stet Fortuna Domus' means ' Let the fortune of the house stand'.

Site: John Lyon School - The Red House (1 memorial)

HA2, Middle Road, John Lyon School

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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John Lyon School - The Red House

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Red House - John Lyon School

Bought by the school in 1956, its opening in 2013 was probably following a ma...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
John Lyon School - The Red House

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John Hayes

J. F. R. Hayes, one of the Governors of John Lyon School in 2007 and Chairman...

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Robert Woodbridge

Former pupil of John Lyon School, active in 2013.

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John Lyon School

Independent boys' school in Harrow. John Lyon (1514-92) was a significant la...

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