Christ's Hospital is a hamlet within the parish of Southwater consisting mainly of the campus of the Christ's Hospital School (one of the largest in the UK), adjacent/coincident to which are the hamlets of Stammerham and Two Mile Ash. It has it's own railway station. Christ's Hospital is a boarding school and charitable foundation offering subsidised education for boys and girls, aged 11-18. It was founded in 1552 by King Edward VI, with previous pupils including Sam Taylor Coleridge, Charles Lamb, and James Leigh Hunt.
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Amphibians 2 Triathlon Club
Club organising the Southwater Relays each September, and running several coached training sessions each week. Includes profile, with information about local events, training, race participation and results.
Pub serving food and offering wifi. Includes menus, events calendar, and map.
Health and fitness club. Profile and facilities with information about membership.
Official site. Includes a detailed overview of the school with information on facilities, admissions, the curriculum, and history, plus resources for ex-pupils and recent news.
The Christ's Hospital Project
Information on the investigations of careers of pupils who were sent to the North American colonies as apprentices. Includes a search facility and background.
Parody of the Christ's Hospital school newsletter with 24 issues up to 1995.
Mel's Milers Jogging Club
Recreational group also racing in the Sussex Cross Country League. Includes information on the committee, club runs, race fixtures and reports, social events, and membership, news, and contact details.
Unofficial Christ's Hospital Forum
For discussing everything related to the school.
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