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  • Info Ampleforth is a village and civil parish in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire, England, about north of York. more...
  • The author was told this story by one who was a member of the community of Ampleforth at the time. Cited from Purgatory, by Mary Anne Madden Sadlier
  • He then returned to Ampleforth to teach religious education, history, French and German.
  • Like his father and brother, he was educated at Ampleforth College.
  • He turned his back on an expensive education at Ampleforth College and set about entering motor racing.
  • He attended Ampleforth College where he played rugby, performed in musicals, and broke their junior cross-country record.
  • He was educated at Ampleforth during the war, and made a deal with his housemaster.
  • Ampleforth Abbey acquired both buildings in 1923 and combined the two sections into one hall.
  • The station was close to the noted Ampleforth College.
  • Simpson began rock climbing after being introduced to the sport by a teacher at Ampleforth College.
  • Shortly afterwards Parbold was broken up and the boys of the school there transferred to Ampleforth.
  • St Peter's largest sporting rival is Ampleforth College, over whom the school has enjoyed great success in recent years.
  • He was educated first at a school in his native village, and afterwards became a student at Ampleforth College in Yorkshire.
  • It is now the co-educational independent boarding school Ampleforth College, with about 600 students.
  • He took the name Benet in September 1934 when he joined the Ampleforth community.
  • Leave was given for four monks at Ampleforth, including the prior, to be secularised.
  • He completed secondary school at Ampleforth College, a Roman Catholic boarding school in the United Kingdom.
  • He attended Oxford University before teaching in Bedford and, later, Ampleforth before the War.
  • Haddelsey went to school in Ampleforth in Yorkshire, England, but taught himself most of his art.
  • In 1992 he was appointed headmaster of Ampleforth, leading the school through a period of change and development.
  • He attended the prestigious independent school, Ampleforth College, known as the Catholic Eton.
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