ROGER KAY SOCIETY
The Bury Grammar Schools exist owing to a long and honourable tradition of benefaction by previous generations. Henry Bury in the Sixteenth Century, and Roger Kay in the Eighteenth, knew that they had been fortunate in life, and by their generosity they ensured that generations to come, who might not be so fortunate, should be blessed with the priceless opportunity of a fine education.
As the Schools have grown, that initial vision has provided funds for both the expansion of the campus, with the provision of ever improving facilities, and the creation of more bursary places for pupils whose families would otherwise be unable to send them here. This development has been made possible only by a continuing tradition of benefaction, within which legacies from Old Boys and Old Girls have played an indispensable part.
All of our pupils, past and present, owe some element of their education to the generosity of those who walked the corridors before them; and each new gift that we receive forges another link in a chain of benefaction, inherited from the past, which will continue to secure our future. We therefore ask you to consider remembering the School in your Will.
Please read our Roger Kay Legacy Brochure below or call The Development Office on 0161 764 1733 or email@example.com for more information.