RLS Brookfield House Notelet Cards


A set of 5 notelet cards, featuring a classic photo of Brookfield House, a key feature of RLS history.

Envelopes included.

Formerly a hunting lodge and once frequented by the Prince of Wales, Brookfield House became the boys’ boarding house when The Royal Latin School moved onto the Brookfield Estate site in 1963 after outgrowing its existing Chandos Road premises. The Headmaster at the time, George Embleton, established the school on its third site and created two separate boarding houses for boys & girls. Today, Brookfield House is home to the Headteacher’s office, the school offices and reception, the school library, conference room, art department, music department and some science and drama laboratories and rooms.




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