" It would seem that the founder of this school had wanted to kill two birds with one stone: he had wanted to have a school In' the education of the children of the town, end he also wanted to have an endowment for the purpose of having Mass said for his soul," remarked Fr. IL A. Chamberlain, M.A., parish priest of St. Mary's, Warrington, speaking at the opening of the new £65,000 building of Warrington Grammar School, founded by Sir Thomas Boteler in 1526. " This new edifice," continued Fr. Chamberlain. "would have given delight to the founder, but I rather think he would have said, however: What a terribly tong time you people in Ve'ari ington have been in developing my original idea!' e Many locee Catholic boys are pupils of the school, which is considered to be the finest secondary educational establishment Over a wide area.
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