Ampleforth College founded by the Benedictine monks of Ampleforth Abbey.
First Exhibition held at the College.
The College’s Theatre was built – it is now known to be the oldest school Theatre in the UK.
The Abbey acquired Gilling Castle and opened it as Ampleforth College Junior School.
St Aidan’s, St Bede’s, St Cuthbert’s and St Oswald’s Houses were founded.
Junior House & St Wilfrid’s House were founded.
St Edward’s House was founded.
St Dunstan’s House was founded
St Thomas’ House was founded
St Hugh’s House was founded
St John’s House was founded
The St Alban’s Sports Centre was built
The Sunley Centre was built
The Bamford Centre was built
Hume House was built
All weather Astroturf opened
College becomes fully co-educational
Dallaglio Match Ground opened
St Laurence Cookery School opened
Strength & Conditioning Suite opened
Equestrian Arena opened
New Learning Hub opened