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Trinity News : July 2010
January 29 saw the School assembled on the new Car Park/sporting complex to celebrate its opening. The project was a co-operative effort between the School, and the consultants and the builders – the Thinc team, the NBRS team and the St Hilliers team, all of whom deserve our appreciation and thanks for a job well done. It was a great day, and we are blessed indeed to have such facilities, and we trust that they will be used to further develop our boys as they mature into young men. Ron Ogier The Offcial Opening and Dedication were performed by Bishop Robert Forsyth. Mr Alick Wagschall, Chairman of the Trinity Grammar School Foundation, presented a cheque for One Million Dollars on behalf of the Foundation to the Chairman of the School Council, Mr James Mills. The Head Master, Mr Milton Cujes, commented on the past year’s activities, noting many statistics such as the number of b-Double truck loads of soil were removed (107), 540 truckloads of concrete were poured (3,240m3), steel reinforcement (10 tonnes) and the nature of the artifcial turf. (Artifcial grass 6,702m2, Shock pad ditto, Sand 93,828Kg, Granulated rubber 33,510kg) now providing an all-weather state of the art oval for Track and Field, Cricket, Football and Basketball with the car park below. CELEBRAT FRIDAY 29TH JANUARY 2010 above: No. 2 Oval January 2009 below: No. 2 Oval January 2010 4 TRINITY NEWS above: The car park, too, is now in full swing, and should prove another boon to the School