Seen in the picture above are Duncan White, Lakshman Kadirgamar, M.A.M. Sherrif and Oscar Wijesinghe, representing the four communities (Burgher, Tamil, Muslim, Sinhalese), who had brought four scrolls to the Independence square on 4th February 1948 to be handed over to the Prime Minister D.S. Senanayake to read for the public. It was in the
We are delighted to announce the official release of the Trinity History website, which will be updated as we progress. Visit: history.trinitycollege.lk We invite Alumni to share with us articles, stories, vignettes, documents, photographs, videos and other material of historical interest which will serve as inputs to the compilation under way. Please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Principal welcomes Mr Robin Douglass to Trinity during his recent visit to Sri Lanka with his wife. Mr Douglass, who lives in Australia, is the grandson of Rev L.J. Gaster, the legendary Vice Principal of Trinity and inspirational architect of the College Chapel.