Liggins Restoration Appeal
Protecting Our Precious Heritage: Liggins Restoration
This year’s Appeal presents the opportunity to play an important part in the restoration of a precious part of Redlands’ heritage: the single surviving element of our School grounds linking almost 100 years of Redlanders.
The Liggins Building, originally known as Liggins House, opened on 9 May 1923 in honour of Redlands’ co-founder Elizabeth Liggins. First a boarding house, then kitchen, art room, laboratory, pottery workshop and during WWII, it even housed the School’s bomb shelter. Today, it comprises much loved Language classrooms and the Staff Common Room. Throughout its history, our community has generously supported some of its upgrades, including the 2007 Science Block/Liggins Atrium Project enjoyed by students today.
The proposed restoration will help preserve its historic façade, restore the roof, refurbish the interior, install state-of-the-art technology and provide space for heritage and archival displays.
Your support of the Liggins Restoration Appeal will help revive this treasured icon for generations of past, present and future Redlanders to enjoy.
How You Can Make a Lasting Difference
Via our online payment gateway
Make a donation over several years. Please download the Building Fund Contribution Form.
Leave a legacy to the School and recognise Redlands in your will. Please download the Bequest Form or contact us to design a plan tailored to your situation.
For any enquiries please contact Dana Casimaty, Director of Development, 02 9968 9858 or firstname.lastname@example.org.