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Moulton College s first Principal Mr Stewart teaching circa 1930

Moulton College calls for past students to get involved in its 100th birthday and inspire the next generation.

Monday 22 February 2021

Established in 1921 as the Institute for Agriculture, Moulton College has witnessed significant change over the past century and equipped thousands of students with essential workplace skills.

The College was a training centre for the Women’s Land Army, and following the war has expanded its course offer from agriculture subjects to include animal welfare, construction and sport.

To celebrate its extensive and rich history, the College is calling for former students to share their stories, reconnect with old friends and learn about the College’s last 100 years.

Corrie Harris, Principal and CEO of Moulton College said:

“We’re so proud of the College’s incredible heritage, and its history is shaped by the stories of those who studied with us. We’d love to hear from those willing to share photographs and memories of their time at Moulton. There’s no better way for us to learn more about Moulton’s history than by speaking with those who experienced student life here.”

As part of the College’s 100-year celebrations, it is also relaunching its Alumni Association, which aims to inspire current and future students with the life stories of its previous students.

Corrie added:

“All stories are important to us, so whether you graduated five years ago, or fifty we’d love to hear from you. Our Alumni Association is a platform to share your unique story, knowing that your experiences and memories at College and beyond will inspire the next generation.”

If you would like to get involved in our Alumni Association, or would be willing to share your photographs and memories of your time at Moulton College, please contact

Image caption: Moulton College's first principal, Mr Stewart and his class, taken around 1930s.