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The Continence of Scipio
Did you know? - The Continence of Scipio

The mansion still contains many original features dating from the time it was first built for Robert Clive in 1774. One of the most impressive is the … More...

The Milestone, Claremont
The Milestone

The milestone is a scheduled ancient monument, gives the distance to Cornhill, Westminster Bridge and Newcastle House by Hyde Park Corner (17 Miles, t… More...

Vic and Jock's grave, Claremont
Claremont's Royal Dogs

The Duke of Albany's much-loved dogs, Vic and Jock, were laid to rest at Claremont and a small headstone can still be found at the back of the mansio… More...

The Vanbrugh House
The Vanbrugh Mansion

The mansion building that houses our senior school today was not the first house built on this site. The original house was built in 1708 by Sir John … More...

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