Vale Greville Frank Gowty

Well known architect, Greville Gowty passed away aged 91 in April 2020 and leaves behind a rich legacy at Brighton Grammar School.

Greville, a partner of architects Mockridge, Stahle and Mitchell, designed the Clive Crosby Building, the Tom Baddiley Building, the Harry Zachariah Building, the Robert Sanderson Centenary Hall, the RL Rofe Creative Arts Centre, the Gymnasium and the Rosstrevor Hall, Library and Science Laboratory. Greville also directed several major building refurbishment projects.

Greville was a very keen sailor, a member of the Royal Brighton Yacht Club for 45 years and a past Commodore of the Queenscliff Cruising Yacht Club. For many years, Greville sailed with former BGS staff members, Doug Scott and Rick Pemberton.

We thank Greville for his significant and lasting contribution to Brighton Grammar School.

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