Repton House pupils supported the launch of the Repton 200 celebrations, which celebrate the life and work of Humphry Repton, at Aylsham Parish Church.
The pupils helped with car parking, welcoming guests and serving canapes. Pupils Amy and Ben also played and sang to guests.
The Repton 200 celebrations will see a collection of events take place in Norfolk to celebrate Humphry Repton, one of the country’s greatest landscape gardeners. Next year will mark the two-hundredth anniversary of his death.
Repton produced designs for the grounds of many of England’s foremost country houses: in all improvement schemes for over four hundred estates, not only in Norfolk but further afield too. Many of these landscapes have come down to us and are available for all to enjoy. Some will be available for the public to visit in 2018, and we hope to provide details of those at a later date on this website.
The school's Repton House is named after the gardener and Repton, the second youngest of the school’s Houses.